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how to deploy with jboss and eclipse ide

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hi everybody.
I download the source code from cvs in my eclipse and it create a normal java project so how can I add this project in the jboss server if it is not a web project?
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Run the build script and deploy it manually?

Or, since JBoss uses Tomcat, use the TC deployment descriptor mechanism. I'm not a JBoss user, but with TC you can use this to specify the location of your jForum web app directory as the root of the Eclipse project.

Just make your project compile output path be the WEB-INF/classes directory, and you can test against your development code. And if JBoss's TC implimentation supports it, turn on class change monitoring so the webapp will automatically reload on recompiles.
[originally posted on jforum.net by monroe]
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I could tell you how to do it with idea. Quite easy actually. Be it to run it in the integrated tomcat or be it to create a war file to deploy it on an external app server ...

(Unfortunately) we dont work with eclipse here ^^
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