[jboss-user] [Microcontainer] - Re: Code example for a basic parsing deployer
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Wed Apr 2 10:55:46 EDT 2008
"alesj" wrote : I think you're misusing BasicXMLDeployer.
Well I certainly won't argue that.
"alesj" wrote : This one expects KernelDeployment. As the exception and code clearly say. :-)
| So your URL must point to MC beans xml file.
Right - my -beans.xml looks like this (not using the new stuff quite yet):
| <bean name="RemotingMetaDataParser" class="org.jboss.deployers.vfs.spi.deployer.SchemaResolverDeployer">
| <property name="name">jboss-remoting.xml</property>
| <property name="registerWithJBossXB">true</property>
...based on previous examples given here and elsewhere.
"alesj" wrote : OK, I'm guessing here. You have a file that is your custom xml. And you want to get RemotingMD out.
Not quite. I don't really care about getting my RemotingMetaData out. I just want the container to pull the BeanMetaData from it (it implements BeanMetaDataFactory) and use it to create the actual deployment. Adrian stated that you don't need to write a deployer if you use the JAXB annotations, and this is exactly what I'm trying to do.
"alesj" wrote : Then all you need to is to change that line
| | KernelDeployment deployment = (KernelDeployment) unmarshaller.unmarshal(url.toString(), resolver);
| | RemotingMD deployment = (RemotingMD) unmarshaller.unmarshal(url.toString(), resolver);
So I do need my own deployer after all?
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