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i have downloaded jboss7 full profile .zip .
and installed it in C:/program_files/jboss-7.0.0.
I have checked my java installation and is working fine.
now the problem where i get is , after unzipping the jboss into C directory and then when i run run.bat command from C:/programfiles/jboss-7.0.0/bin directory.
i get an error -- saying -run.bat is not recognized as an internal or external command.
Question 1)How to resolve this?
also i went through your other post , and in those post you have mentioned about boot.log and server.log files in jboss home directory.
in my case it is C:/programfiles/jboss/7.0.0 .
but i could not find these log files in my jboss home directiry.
Question 2) Why is it so?
Question 3)Can you through some light on where is run.bat file located in a windows XP system or whether is it found only in jboss home directory when we unzip it any drive.
i went through the installation guide pointed out in earlier post , and when i am trying to run standalone.sh from C:/programfiles/jboss7.0.0/bin
the standalone.sh files open in notepad . And then nothing happens.
do i have to keep my command prompt open for server to run?
Yes, unless you set it up to start as a service. For development purposes it is usually better to run from the command line, then you can easily see all of the console log messages. For production, however, starting as a service is preferred.