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Equivalent to weblogic startup class in websphere ....

 
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I am trying to figure out the equivalent of Weblogic Startupup class feature on Websphere. I need to call some plain java class(not deployed on server) when websphere app server starts up.. Any idea, anything equavalent to this. How to kick off plain java class using the websphere inbuilt feature ....
Any suggestion would be appreciated ........
 
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This isn't WebSphere specific, but you can use a ContextListener. These listeners, which are part of a war file, get fired off when a web module is loaded onto the server. From one of these little guys, you can invoke all sorts of other Java classes.

Other approaches are to have a Servlet configured to load at startup, and initialize Java classes in the init method of this Servlet.

Not sure if this is what you're getting at.

Alternatively, you might need to do some JACL scripting that kicks off a process or two when WebSphere starts up. I'm not a huge JACL dude, but there are some scipts that I scraped together on my website. Just follow the Carlos the JACL links.

http://www.technicalfacilitation.com/get.php?link=scripts

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