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Anil Vupputuri
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I feel the biggest problem with JBoss is the lack of good administering tool but I'm not sure about JBoss AS5. I know the deal was that the server was free of charge.

And also console is heavy and consumes lot of memory. Any improvements made in new release?

Thanks.



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JBoss AS 5.x comes with a new administration console (also known as Embedded Jopr). It is accessible via http://localhost:8080/admin (default userid/password is admin/admin)

And also console is heavy and consumes lot of memory.

Which console? There are three of them...


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Mark E Hansen
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Peter Johnson wrote:JBoss AS 5.x comes with a new administration console (also known as Embedded Jopr). It is accessible via http://localhost:8080/admin (default userid/password is admin/admin)

Do you mean http://localhost:8080/admin-console ?
Francesco Marchioni
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Mark E Hansen wrote:
Peter Johnson wrote:JBoss AS 5.x comes with a new administration console (also known as Embedded Jopr). It is accessible via http://localhost:8080/admin (default userid/password is admin/admin)

Do you mean http://localhost:8080/admin-console ?

Yes. You get it out of the box since the release 5.1.0 of the AS.
For earlier releases you have to download the Jopr project and install it.
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Francesco


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Anil Vupputuri
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Peter Johnson wrote:
Which console? There are three of them...



I mean JBoss Admin Console.
 
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