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How to call a stand alone class from WAS???

 
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I have a standalone class sitting outside WAS.
Is there any way (WAS API) i can start that stand alone class from WAS...that is as soon as my WAS starts that class also starts.
I dont use start that class using the servlet.
 
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I have no idea what you mean by a "standalone class". Do you mean a class that has a main() method you need to start?
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yes.
A class with a main method.
 
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Kick off a thread in a servlet's init method that uses the RunTime object. Bad thing is that the thread will kick off when the app is restarted.
 
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I dont want to use the servlet method.
The update is that i created a java class outside WAS and packaged it in a jar file.
Mentioned the path of the jar file in java VM arguments of WAS.
When i start the server that standalone java class gets executed but then the server stops automatically without giving any error.
What is the problem??
 
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use websphere startup class. if you mention the class with required arguments in the configuration,when the server starts up ,it starts the stand alone program as well
 
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