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say I have an 3 ear's ....
The first one :
a.ear --> a.war & j.jar
second one :
b.ear --> has only b.war inside
Third one :
c.ear --> has only JAR files (of ejb) c.jar
Is it a right way for deployment ? I've already metioned that I pack
all my APP's on ear due to my chieft architect decision.... (to load
each ear in it's own ClassLoader)
Sometimes Jetty refuses to load the ContextListener whether it's in
a.ear or b.ear . (c.ear doesn't have one... ), it says something like :
WARNING Unknown: com.dotomi.a.web.listeners.AContextListener ...
I thought maybe someone say it ... I think it's cause of the special
packing of the app's, but I'm not sure...
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2004 08:47:00 +0200
From: Greg Wilkins <gregw@...>
Subject: [Jetty-support] Re: problem with Jetty and ContextListener
no known bugs about this. Can you give us some more information, like
which jar this class is in and where abouts that jar is?
Yoni Moses wrote:
> Hi all,
> I hv a serious problem with jetty and
> ContextListener.contextInitialized() method..
> I'm using jetty 4.2.20 with jboss 3.2.3.
> I have about 7 ear's deployed , the problem is that most of the times
> when I''m deploying an app (it also doesn't seem to matter if it's a
> 'hot' deploy..) jetty annouce , "WARN [org.jboss.jetty] WARNING:
> It happens almost everytime..
> My JDK is 1.4.2- b28 it happens on linux ans MS platforms..
> I also have to mention that although I have 7 ear's not all of contain
> EJB module or WEB module. There could be a case which the ear only
> jar or only holds war , and there could be a case it holds both.. This
> is done to allow jboss to use different class loader for every ear.
> (with the jboos-app.xml file) .
> Could the problem be cause of my special way of packing ear's? (it
> wasn't my choise , but rather my chief architect... :-( ) .
> Is there a known bug about it? I couldn't find any solution to this...