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Maven don't deploy EJB.jar on Wildfly Server

 
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I create this project: https://github.com/packt-wildfly/packt-java-ee-7-code-samples/tree/master/1980EN_03_Code/ticket-agency and now i want to deploy ejb on Wildfly server. When i run mvn wildfly:deploy i get this return:


But i dont have a deployment of ticket-agency-ejb.jar in my Wildfly Deployment tab. In target folder in project client and ejb jar exist. Why this ejb jar is not deployed?

I cant even add this ejb jar manually to the server. Wildfly is working fine, i have right server connection, login and password.


I asked about this on stackoverflow (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/33814610/maven-dont-deploy-ejb-on-server) but as always no one can help me, and as always I get negative points...

 
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Welcome, Adam. We do;t have negative points at coderanch. We only have cows

Have you tried deploying the jar manually to see if it works? Does Wildfly spit out an error on it's console/logs when you try to deploy? It could be that the maven build is working fine, but there is an error in Wildfly
 
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Thank you for answer and idea

When i try Add Deployment in Windfly Console i get this answer:

Verify Upload
Unable to add upload to the content repository.
Name: Unique identifier of the deployment. Must be unique across all deployments.
Runtime Name: Name by which the deployment should be known within a server's runtime. This would be equivalent to the file name of a deployment file, and would form the basis for such things as default Java Enterprise Edition application and module names. This would typically be the same as 'name', but in some cases users may wish to have two deployments with the same 'runtime-name' (e.g. two versions of \"foo.war\") both available in the deployment content repository, in which case the deployments would need to have distinct 'name' values but would have the same 'runtime-name'.


Where my name of jar and runtime name is
Name: ticket-agency-ejb-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar
Runtime Name: ticket-agency-ejb-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar

output form cmd:

... 8 more

 
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I'm not an expert on Wildfly, but reading the error sounds like you already have a jar deployed with that name. Maybe try undeploying and deploying again
 
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Other error when try to enable this ejb after when i add it:

 
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