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Deploy Java Web Application on Linux Environment using JBoss Application Server

Koti Samadhi
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Joined: Aug 26, 2009
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Hi,

I need to install below softwares in Linux environment

1. JDK1.5
2. Application Server - JBoss4.3.0.GA
3. Apache HTTP Server2.2
4. Using JBoss, how we can implement JBoss Cache, how the configuration changes in Linux environment
5. how to implement loggers implementation in LINUX using JBoss


Please anyone can help me on that...

Thanks & Regards
Koti
Peter Johnson
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Hmm, no mention of which Linux distro. Thus it is hard to give definitive answers since each distro is different.

1) I always prefer to download the bin file from the Sun Java download site and run it (whether you download the *rpm.bin or *.bin depends on your distro). Others use the package manager to install it (some distros do not offer this option).

2) Download the ZIP file from the JBoss AS download site and unzip it somewhere. By the way, there is no AS 4.3.0.GA, the only 4.3.0 designation is for EAP which is a commercial ($$$) product. The latest 4.x release is 4.2.3.GA. But you really should be using 5.1.0.GA.
For more detailed steps see: http://community.jboss.org/message/203487#203487
Also, JBoss in Action provides detailed installation steps (they are pretty much the same for 4.2.3 and 5.x)

3) Use the package manager to install it.

4) See the JBoss Cache documentation (further discussion on this topic should be done in the JBoss forum: http://www.coderanch.com/forums/f-63/JBoss)

5) Not sure of the context of this question. Are you asking how to add logging to the app you are writing? Or how to configure JBoss AS logging? Or how to configure Linux logging with regards to JBoss AS? Or something else entirely?

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Koti Samadhi
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Joined: Aug 26, 2009
Posts: 29
Hi Jhonson,
Thanks for Nice answers....

I am using JBoss4.3.0 only . we bought that product .
I am looking for how to configure Linux logging with regards to JBoss AS?


if any idea , plse help me on that..



Peter Johnson
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EAP 4.3.0 should come as a ZIP file, so the installation steps are the same as outlined in the post I linked to.

To log to the syslogs, use the Log4J SyslogAppender (http://logging.apache.org/log4j/1.2/apidocs/org/apache/log4j/net/SyslogAppender.html).
 
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