[jboss-user] [Installation, Configuration & DEPLOYMENT] - Re: How to detect deployment failure

jaikiran do-not-reply at jboss.com
Fri Aug 14 10:25:01 EDT 2009

"sasanplus" wrote : and then I corrupted the content by removing i.e. web.xml and few other stuff to make sure this is not a valid .war and not going to be deployed. The actualy binary can be opened but the content is not a .war any more i.e. no web.xml and a couple of classes are removed.

The absence of a web.xml does *not* stop the war from being deployed. And it won't be considered as a corrupt deployment. Even the absence of some classes which are needed at runtime of the war and not deployment time, too will not cause the deployment failure.

If you want to test the deployment failure then you can try by adding a web.xml with a non-existent servlet class. That should fail the deployment.

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