[jboss-user] [Installation, Configuration & DEPLOYMENT] - Re: Find class from amother EAR
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Mon Jan 12 06:58:37 EST 2009
Looking at the classpath dump, i don't see the second ear (what's the name of the ear, by the way) being added to the classpath.
anonymous wrote : With "jboss-app.xml" you mean this ?
| <bean name="EARClassLoaderDeployer" class="org.jboss.deployment.EarClassLoaderDeployer">
| | <!-- A flag indicating if ear deployments should have their own scoped
| | class loader to isolate their classes from other deployments.
| | -->
| | <property name="isolated">false</property>
| | </bean>
No. An optional jboss-app.xml can be packaged by EAR applications in the META-INF folder. Usually, that file is used for classloader scoping. If you are not using it in the application, that's OK (atleast in this scenario).
The bean definition that you posted has disabled isolated classloader for each EAR, so you should have been able to access the class from the other EAR (atleast in JBoss-4.x).
In JBoss-5.0, i do know that there have been classloader related configuration changes and the recommended way to modify it is through jboss-structure.xml (if i am not wrong). But since, i haven't yet used the jboss-structure.xml for trying out any application, i am not much aware about how you can get this scenario working.
I would recommend that you open a new thread in the JBossAS5 forum http://www.jboss.com/index.html?module=bb&op=viewforum&f=287, with all these details.
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