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How do we specify JBoss server which application to start first from two applications

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Hi Experts,
 
Iam using Jboss server version 4.0.3. In my project we are preparing 2 separate war files for presentation layer and business layer. We are doing hard deployment that is we are copying war files manually to JBoss. When we start JBoss is there a way to specify particular application to start first and then next one. For example i want my business war to load first and then presentation war. Is there any way.

Thanks in advance,
Rave.
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by default jboss load war files in alphabetical order.
So simplest way is just name your war files correctly and that's it.
Actually deployment is controlled by DeploymentScanner http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=DeploymentScanner
So there you can also provide your own deploymentsorter implementation. But it requires some additional programming and configuration.

So I will preffer first way. And use second one only if your war naming very meaningful for you.
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