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Once you've set the location of JBoss AS and started the application server, you can build any example by typing mvn install in the example root directory. Any example is deployed by changing directory to *-ear or *-web directory in case of existence only *-web submodule. Type in that submodule mvn jboss-as:deploy. Any example that is packaged as an EAR deploys to a URL like /seam-example, where example is the name of the example folder, with one exception. If the example folder begins with seam, the prefix "seam" is ommitted. For instance, if JBoss AS is running on port 8080, the URL for the registration example is http://localhost:8080/seam-registration/, whereas the URL for the seamspace example is http://localhost:8080/seam-space/.
The mv install step completed without errors, but I don't see any directories created ending with war or ear .I am guessing there is a cd step missing somewhere. There was a war file under ./target and I tried
Before you can use the jboss-as plugin goals that way, you must tell Maven to look for that plugin for goals. The easiest way to do this is add a <pluginGroups> section to your Maven settings.xml file (http://maven.apache.org/settings.html#Plugin_Repositories). Example (replace "plugin.group.name" with the group name for the jboss-as plugin):