JBoss Plugin question

How does it determine if it deploys to the /deploy or the /farm
directory? We have a case where the application is not being farmed
when it is deployed from the plugin.

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Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer

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How does it determine if it deploys to the /deploy or
the /farm directory?


It doesn't. The plugin never deploys to the /deploy directory directly. It instead informs JBoss through JMX about where to pick up the deployment target (e.g. out of your development directory or out of a temporary folder on a remote machine). JBoss then reads the deployment target and copies it into tmp/deploy.

Currently the plugin is rather a development tool than a deployment tool. Therefore I didn't think about farmed deployment yet. But I'll investigate on this issue. Stay tuned.

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wow can you guys not use HTML to post?

Thanks
R

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OK, it sounds more like a JBoss thing.  I was hoping that it went by
the &lt;distributable /&gt; flag.  It may, but I am not in position to
test that.<br>
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Sun Certified Java Programmer

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It doesn't. The plugin never deploys to the /deploy directory directly. It
instead informs JBoss through JMX about where to pick up the deployment
target (e.g. out of your development directory or out of a temporary folder
on a remote machine). JBoss then reads the deployment target and copies it
into tmp/deploy.

Currently the plugin is rather a development tool than a deployment tool.
Therefore I didn't think about farmed deployment yet. But I'll investigate on
this issue. Stay tuned.
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Is it all the time?

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>wow can you guys not use HTML to post?
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>Thanks
>R
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Norris Shelton <i.hate.spam@yahoo.com> wrote:

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No, it's the first time I noticed it in a post from you.

Norris Shelton wrote:

Is it all the time?

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>> wow can you guys not use HTML to post?
>>
>> Thanks
>> R
>>
>> In article , >> Norris Shelton wrote: >> >> >> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>>]]>

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Martin Fuhrer
Fuhrer Engineering AG
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Normally I select send in both formats. I accidentally clicked the
wrong button. Sorry.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Martin Fuhrer wrote:

No, it's the first time I noticed it in a post from you.

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Norris Shelton wrote:

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>> Is it all the time?
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>> Norris Shelton
>> Sun Certified Java Programmer
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>> Robert S. Sfeir wrote:
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>>> wow can you guys not use HTML to post?
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>>> Thanks
>>> R
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