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Eclipse server(jboss) instance status

akhil achuthan
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Joined: Mar 29, 2006
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Im using eclipse galileo. I have configured jboss4.2 server within. In jboss42.serverdef file i have configured the mainclass tag for server start as my application startup class instead of the jboss's default org.jboss.Main class. All the other parameter within the start tag are also configured.
Now when I select 'run' on my jboss4.2 server instance my application startup ui opens up and progress proper. The server starts up proper as per my application ui, but the server status in eclipse is still showing as 'starting'. Coz of this after the specified server start time out eclipse forces the my server to shut down.

How do i intimate the server instance in eclipe that the server has started successfully???

Thanks in advance
Peter Johnson

Joined: May 14, 2008
Posts: 5852

You changed the starup class??? Does it run JBoss AS 4.2.x? If so, do AS open the JNDI and JMX ports? Eclipse uses those ports, making an MBean request, to determine if AS is running.

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