3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 20, 2008 2:14 PM by Peter Johnson

    JBOss start up class issue

    shiva Newbie

      Hi all,

      I want to add a startup class which should be loaded when the jboss starts up. I did some research

      Which says create mbean and add it jboss-service.xml file( not sure which location).

      I am using ear deployment. The class which I want o make the start up class resides in ear file under /lib directory.

      I am using jboss-4.2.1.GA.



      I tried to put the MBean as service in jboss-4.2.0.GA\server\servicelink\conf\ jboss-service.xml

      but got no class

      java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: No ClassLoaders found for JbossStartUp





      Below is the code for MBean.





      import org.jboss.system.ServiceMBean;

      public interface JbossStartUpMBean extends ServiceMBean

      {

      public void init();

      public void start() throws Exception;

      public void stop();

      public void create();

      public void destroy();

      public void jbossInternalLifecycle(java.lang.String s) throws java.lang.Exception;



      }





      2.The implemenatation class:



      public class JbossStartUp

      implements MBeanRegistration, JbossStartUpMBean

      {

      private static Log logger = LogFactory.getLog(JbossStartUp.class);

      public JbossStartUp()

      {

      }



      public ObjectName preRegister(MBeanServer server, ObjectName name)

      throws Exception

      {

      return new ObjectName(":service=JbossStartUp");

      }



      public void postRegister(Boolean boolean1)

      {

      }



      public void preDeregister()

      throws Exception

      {

      }



      public void postDeregister()

      {

      }



      public void create()

      {



      }



      public void start() throws Exception

      {

      startup();

      }



      public String startup()

      throws Exception

      {

      testStartUp startup = new testStartUp();

      startup.startup();

      return "OK";

      }



      public void init()

      {

      }



      public void stop()



      {

      }



      public void destroy()



      {

      }



      public String getName()

      {

      return null;

      }



      public int getState()

      {

      return 0;

      }



      public String getStateString()

      {

      return null;

      }



      Regards

      shiva