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what is the most efficient way to create a new JBoss server based on a successful Eclipse project?

Michele Smith
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Hello I apparently need a new server, JBoss 5.01 GA. The project builds successfully, but I cannot preview it in localhost because some servlets are not loading.

I have downloaded the zip file from JBoss and tried to create a new server in Eclipse Helios or Galileo on the "server" tab.

The same problem I had with the old server, I have with the new, it chokes at the very same point, where it says it is unable to load servlets.

I was wondering then, what is the most efficient way to collect information from your Eclipse project to decide what .jars are needed for the JBoss server.

Also I was wondering if anyone has any general suggestions on how to overcome this type of problem of putting a new server in.

Also other than doing backups of your server periodically, I was wondering if system restore will help you to get your server back to an earlier state or if there is anything else you have to do to get it back or roll it back to a previous point in time where the servlets did load.

Thanks,
 
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