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configuring jboss

Samanthi perera
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i extract jboss.rar file.
I put war file to D:\software\jboss-5.0.0.CR2\server\default\deploy
and run the run.bat file at bin folder.
anyway it doesn't deploye the war.
is there any other configuring like we normally do in tomcat making TOMCAT_HOME???
Mark E Hansen
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Why did you extract the jboss.rar file? What are you trying to do with it? Where did you get this Rar file?

What War file did you copy to the server/default/deploy directory?

How do you know the server started?

How do you know the application didn't deploy? Are there errors in the server.log file? Can you show us these?

Samanthi perera
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1)i have attahce the screenshot of my jboss server here.

2)using eclips i create a Web Application and create a war file.
i put that war file to Deployee folder.

3)when i run the run.bat file after sometime it says that command line Server started

4)I have use tomcat.When it is correctly deployee it is saying command line deploying abc.war ...............
and if it correctly deployee there should be a folder which is same name as a war file

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Mark E Hansen
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When you deploy your web application War file to JBoss, it won't create any new directories, the application is just available.
If you didn't specify a context path for your app, then it will default to the base name of the war file. For example, if your war file was named: myapp.war, then the context path would be myapp.

Assuming your JBoss application server can be found at http://localhost:8080, then your app would be found at http://localhost:8080/myapp/

Peter Johnson

Joined: May 14, 2008
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First, do not use 5.0.0.CR2 - that is an old candidate release and a lot of changes went into the final release. You should be using 5.1.0.GA.
(If you ask me, the CRs were really betas, with the 5.0.0.GA and 5.0.1.GA being candidate release and 5.1.0.GA being the final release.)

put that war file to Deployee folder.

There is no such folder. There is a "deployers" folder and a "deploy" folder. Into which one did you place the WAR file? You should place it in the "deploy" folder.

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