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Configuring JMS destinations and Data sources

Saathvik Reddy
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Hi,

I am trying to configure JMS destinations and data sources in JBoss.
Is it mandatory to place these configuration xml files in the deploy directory or could it be in any of the sub directories in deploy folder?

Thanks,
Srikanth.
Jaikiran Pai
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Originally posted by Srikanth Reddy:
I am trying to configure JMS destinations and data sources in JBoss.
Is it mandatory to place these configuration xml files in the deploy directory or could it be in any of the sub directories in deploy folder?



You can keep the -ds.xml or -service.xml files under a sub-folder of deploy. But any specific reason you want to do this? Why not package them in your application EAR and then include a jboss-app.xml with the following entries:


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Saathvik Reddy
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Originally posted by Jaikiran Pai:


You can keep the -ds.xml or -service.xml files under a sub-folder of deploy. But any specific reason you want to do this? Why not package them in your application EAR and then include a jboss-app.xml with the following entries:


I didn't know i could do this. Thanks for letting me know about this.

Thanks,
Srikanth.
 
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