I asked in irc a few hours ago, but no one could solve my problem. I
deploy a JRoR app which depends on several jar-files in glassfish v3.
Deploying as a war is not a problem. I tried out the option “Ruby
Container” in glassfish v3. This makes it possible to deploy the app out
of the directory without creating a war-file. Deploying itself works but
glassfish/ruby-container is not able to find the jar-files and the
classes. If the jars are located in the lib/ext directory of the
glassfish domain, the classes can be found. But that’s not a good
approach, because I have to restart the server everytime a jar is
Can anyone confirm this behaviour?
(And yes: I know with warbling the app, these problems are solved, but I
wanted to try out the chances the ruby container ships for
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