On 02/07/2020 14:14, Vitor Medina Cruz wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 1, 2020 at 6:48 PM Mark Thomas <ma...@apache.org> wrote:


>> @WebFiler, @WebListener and @WebServlet are deployment annotations so
>> scanning for these is controlled by the JarScanner.
>> If an SCI has an @HandlesTypes annotation then all JARs that are
>> potential SCI sources will be scanned for matches. To put it another
>> way, the JarScanner configuration does NOT control the search for
>> @HandlesTypes matches. Any JAR eligible to provide an SCI will be
>> scanned for @HandlesTypes. Those JARs are controlled by <absolute-ordering>
> Ok, and if a jar doesn't provide a web-fragment name? In this old post(
> http://tomcat.10.x6.nabble.com/Why-does-absolute-ordering-in-web-xml-without-others-kill-classpath-scanning-td5029985.html)
> it is said :
> "Tomcat will give these a name equal to the name of the JAR file so you can
> use it in ordering. That is a Tomcat specific feature."
> This is/holds true? I tried with no success

It should do. So for foobar-0.3.jar the name should be "foobar-0.3.jar"


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