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Unable to link my Eclipse with Jbboss server 7.0.2

Sumit Tiwari
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Joined: Sep 26, 2011
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Hi

I am unable to link my JBoss Server to eclipse (eclipse-jee-indigo-SR1-win32-x86_64).I got the error like... Missing classpath entry \your_server_root\appservers\jboss\bin\run.jar

I also unable to find run.jar file in Jboss..Please help me if any class path setting is necessary or not.

Thanks
Sumit



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Peter Johnson
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Try installing the latest JBoss Tools, it knows how to configure JBoss AS 7.x as a server.


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Sumit Tiwari
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Joined: Sep 26, 2011
Posts: 22
Thanks
I am a new programmer can you please elaborate the details and please forward the lnk of JBoss Tool .I have already downloaded the Jboss 7.0 but unable to link it to eclipse.
Peter Johnson
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If you are going to work with JBoss middleware, you will need to learn how to navigate the JBoss web site. Starting from http://www.jboss.org, hover your mouse over the Projects tab at the top of the page. That pops up a menu, move you mouse down the menu to Tools & Testing, which opens another menu, click on Tools in that menu. That takes you to the JBoss Tools home page. (Of course, you can also Google "JBoss Tools", but like i wrote, you need to learn to navigate the JBoss web site.)

There are two important links on Jboss Tools home page:
1) Download & Updates takes you to a page that tells you how to install JBoss Tools into Eclipse.
2) Documentation takes you to a page about documentation. If you click on References, there are directories for documentation specific to various versions of Tools. Click the latest GA link (e.g 3.2.1.GA). That takes you to a page containing links for the various documents. The documents are very good and extensive. The Tools developers do a good job documenting how the tools works and provide many examples to help you get started.
 
 
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