Vineet Reynolds <vineet.reynolds(a)gmail.com> wrote, in response to Francesco Sclano:
Does this quickstart use Jboss Modules without explicitly define a
module in "module" directory of jboss (using module.xml etc.)?
That is right. The quickstart demonstrates how to define dependencies on JBoss modules
present in the deployment. Every deployment is treated as a JBoss module, and subarchives
within the deployment can also be treated as a module.
Module dependencies are defined via a Dependencies entry in the MANIFEST.MF. This is
accomplished via the maven-war-plugin in this example. For more info:
The module names specified in the manifest have to be named in a specific manner, since
the referenced modules are present within the deployment and are not supplied by the
modules installed into the application server. For more info :
IP address: 22.214.171.124
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Francesco Sclano wrote:
in jboss-as-inter-app-a/pom.xml you wrote:
Does this quickstart use Jboss Modules without explicitly define a module in
"module" directory of jboss (using module.xml etc.)?
Must be modified pom.xml in case of a explicitly Jboss Module definition?
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