public interface DConfigBeanRoot
A Java EE component module consists of one or more deployment descriptor files and zero or more non-deployment descriptor XML instance documents. A module must contain a component-specific deployment descriptor file (see the component specification for details). It may contain one or more secondary deployment descriptor files that define extra functionality on the component and zero or more non-deployment descriptor XML instance documents (see the Web Services specification).
The DConfigBeanRoot object is a deployment configuration bean (DConfigBean) that is associated with the root of the component's deployment descriptor. It must be created by calling the DeploymentConfiguration.getDConfigBean(DDBeanRoot) method, where DDBeanRoot represents the component's deployment descriptor.
A DConfigBean object is associated with a deployment descriptor that extends a component's functionality. It must be created by calling the DConfigBeanRoot.getDConfigBean(DDBeanRoot) method. This DConfigBean object is a child of the compontent's DConfigBeanRoot object. The DDBeanRoot argument represents the secondary deployment descriptor. Deployment descriptor files such as webservice.xml and webserviceclient.xml are examples of secondary deployment descriptor files.
The server plugin must request a DDBeanRoot object for any non-deployment descriptor XML instance document data it requires. The plugin must call method DeployableObject.getDDBeanRoot(String) where String is the full path name from the root of the module to the file to be represented. A WSDL file is an example of a non-deployment descriptor XML instance document.
Return a DConfigBean for a deployment descriptor that is not the module's primary deployment descriptor.
|Methods inherited from interface javax.enterprise.deploy.spi.DConfigBean|
DConfigBean getDConfigBean(DDBeanRoot ddBeanRoot)
ddBeanRoot- represents the root element of a deployment descriptor file.