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I ran command to find all the listed applications on the server.
However, when I used following command:
, I got as response on the command prompt. This application (Test1.war) was listed in the output of previous command. Also, when I checked through admin-console, the application was still up. Could you please tell if there is any mistake in the command or what is the reason of getting ?
I don't think that there is anything wrong with the return status - it is just an empty message.
If you look at the Results when you start/stop an Application from inside the admin-console, you'll see this line: "The operation did not return any results."
You'll not be able to see that the Application has been stopped in admin-console, when started/stopped from the jmx-console web page (what twiddle also is using).
The two 'admin' web pages admin-console and jmx-console are working independently of each other.
The still new admin-console is using SEAM to control the 'jobs', and the 'old' jmx-console is using .... JMX.
As far as I know there doesn't exist a command line tool (not yet??) for the admin-console.
In jmx-console you'll start/stop your web Applications under "jboss.web.deployment" - but monitor if they are available under "jboss.web" (this is the way I'm able to do it).
When you stop your Application it is undeployed, and removed from the "jboss.web" view - but not removed from the deploy folder - and when you start your Application it is deployed, and added to the "jboss.web" view again.
In the JBoss AS console (or log) you'll see the output from both the admin-console and the jmx-console.
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Thanks a lot Rene for the detailed reply.
Yes, I saw the message after starting/stopping the web apps from JMX Console. Also, verfied that application shuts down after stop command , in logs as well as in "jboss.web" for the same could be seen.