[jboss-user] [Snowdrop] - Re: AS6 & Snowdrop2 multiple queries

Marius Bogoevici do-not-reply at jboss.com
Mon Mar 21 04:51:53 EDT 2011

Marius Bogoevici [http://community.jboss.org/people/marius.bogoevici] created the discussion

"Re: AS6 & Snowdrop2 multiple queries"

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Hi Darryl,

1) Some logging in that area could help, but if the parent-child relationships aren't established the bootstrap process of the children will fail  (since I am assuming that the parents will provide beans for the children). 

2) The ContextLoaderListener mechanism is completely separate from spring.deployer. Can you explain what you meant by "Since the JBoss VFS can see inside of the EAR and all the classpaths, is the WAR packaged correctly or should a certain naming convention not be used?"

3) It is not possible to control the order in which the deployment units are deployed, but there is an order in which the various modules are deployed (due to the EAR structure). However, I like better the idea of bootstrapping contexts in an order defined by the dependency graph - which can be done by bootstrapping all contexts from the top-level dependency unit. One idea for 2.0 is to create the contexts parent-children hierarchy based on the deployment unit structure (by default in the least). Feel free to add a JIRA item to track this and/or contribute with more insight.

4) What does your beanRefContext.xml definition look like?

5) Could you file a bug for that, perhaps with a small project reproducing the issue?

Last) Not right now. We do have a Sportsclub example which is fairly complex, however it only has one context definition. Needless to say, contributions are welcome  ;)

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