When I run jconsole against my tomcat instance, the Catalina/Deployer/localhost/operations/manageApp button is broken. I assume this is the same behavior Charles mentioned below,
when he said he was unable to get it to work.

No stacktraces or log entries, as it doesn't seem possible from jconsole.


On 06/02/2010 11:29 AM, Pid wrote:
On 02/06/2010 16:28, Jeff Ramin wrote:
I've been experimenting some more, and can't seem to find a solution to
my situation.
Deploying an app via JMX seems to be broken.

Anybody have any ideas, or is this unworkable?
What did you try and what log messages did you see?

Were there any stacktrace errors?

If there's a problem, we might be able to fix it if you provide some



On 06/01/2010 01:20 PM, Caldarale, Charles R wrote:
From: Jeff Ramin [mailto:jeff.ra...@singlewire.com]
Subject: Re: possible to define/deploy a context but not start it?

Yes, I've done this. However, I don't see a way to deploy/start my app.
If I start jconsole when starting tomcat like this, the WebModule beans
I would use to deploy/start my app are not present.
That MBean doesn't get created until an app is deployed.  Instead,
you should be able to use the Catalina/Deployer MBean (but I haven't
gotten it to work yet).
This would be an acceptable solution. However, like you experienced,
the deployer mBean doesn't
seem to deploy my app.

    As a workaround, you could use the HTTP text interface to the
manager webapp.
I'm trying to avoid running the manager webapp, if at all possible.


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Singlewire Software
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