I've learned, that I can fine tune the order in which e.g. ear-files are deployed during server startup in several ways:
1. make a SAR with the ears
2. use a folder deploy.last
3. edit EnhancedSuffixOrder in org.jboss.deployment.MainDeployer-xmbean
Is there a fourth way to set startup-order?
I would want to use the EnhancedSuffixOrder, but I have the problem, that there is a dynamic version-string at the end of my filenames:
Ear first: A-184.108.40.206.EAR
Ear second: B-220.127.116.11.EAR
So a ordering "...600:A-18.104.22.168.EAR,620:B-22.214.171.124.EAR,650:.ear, ..." will work for these releases but not for further releases.
I tried "...600:A*.EAR,620:B*.EAR,650:.ear, ..." which didn't work.
Is there a way to use wild-cards in here? (Using a SAR and the folder deploy.last are not that practible in my case)