and i have a question..
how to add JMS Configuration like ConnectionFactory, Queue, Topic, JNDI in JBoss5 Through Admin Console?..
is it possible to configure all of it through Admin Console?
or do i have to configure all of it by uses .xml configuration?.
//i've worked with Glassfish v2.. and it is ease to configure all of it (ConnectionFactory, Queue, Topic, JNDI) by uses Glassfish Admin Console..
Thanks in advance..
Sorry, perhaps my english language isn't too good.. Prepare for SCJP 6, Please God help me.. ☼
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I will assume you mean JBoss AS 5.1.0 (since the Admin Console did not come with 5.0.x). Yes, you can create new queues/destinations. Expand the "JMS Destinations" entry in the tree view, click on either Queues or Topics, and the in the right panel click the "Add a new resource" button.
For "Connection Factory", what kind of connection factory? For database, messaging, ...? You can create new database connections by expanding the Connection Factories entry in the tree view, clicking on one of the subentries, and then clicking the "Add a new resource" button.
If you are new to JBoss AS, why are you not using the latest version 5.1.0?
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Thanks Peter for your reply..
yap, i've downloaded JBoss 5.1, and there is any Web Admin Console..
but, i've a doubt with JBoss 5.1..
I tried to develop simple Web application..
i created Simple Servlet..
but import classes of javax.servlet.* doesn't recognized in Netbeans6.5..
i've tried to add servlet-api.jar to my web app.. and i've placed it in /WEB-INF/lib
the missing classes of javax.servlet.* could be solved..
but i got a problem when i deployed it on JBoss 5.1 ...
Hope you would read [My Post] for detail..
How to upgrade to latest version of JBoss 5.1 ?.. i've downloaded it before..
Sorry for really basic question.. and sorry for my foolishness..
Do not put the servlet-api.jar file in WEB-INF/lib. There should be some way in NetBeans to include that file in the project without having it placed in WEB-INF/lib (I know this is possible in Eclipse, I don't use NetBeans).