[jboss-user] [Management, JMX/JBoss] - Re: Managing JBoss programmatically?
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Sat May 12 22:00:41 EDT 2007
Thanks for writing. I understand a lot more about the app server as a result.
A more definitive list can be found in the source at system/src/main/org/jboss/deployment/DeploymentSorter.java, look at DEFAULT_SUFFIX_ORDER.
Interesting. It is deprecated, but points to SuffixOrderHelper.java, which then says the values and order were moved:
Moved this list to org.jboss.deployment.MainDeployer-xmbean.xml so there are no hardcoded defaults.
So off I go to there, and see a list of suffixes that includes 150:-service.xml, but that list is commented out, and below it:
| <value value="250:.rar,300:-ds.xml,400:.jar,500:.war,550:.jse,650:.ear,800:.bsh"/>
...but -service.xml is now out of the list. Weird! I started out trying to find which configuration files (.xml) could be added to with a unique prefix (like the uncontested abc-ds.xml), but I'm not sure what I've stumbled onto.
I know that you can add queues and topics with someQueue-service.xml, but the source I found in this journey didn't bear that out.
If the only system configuration that can be done with XML descriptors is with queues/topics (*-service.xml) and data sources (*-ds.xml), thats fine. I was just curious what they were.
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