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JDeveloper 10 g deployment to JBoss 4

Jeremy Wilson
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I am currently using Eclipse but would like to move to JDeveloper 10G. The only issue is I need to be able to deploy a web application war to JBoss 4. Does anyone know of any documentation out there to accomplish this?


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Jeremy,
Most IDEs let you export as a war. Are you asking how to do that or how to deploy the war to JBoss?


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Robert Hayes
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This is fairly easy. Just set up a new App Server connection in JDev as "JBoss". It will ask you for the "deploy" directory. For example, mine is "E:\jboss\jboss-3.2.5\server\default\deploy". Then you can right click deploy as usual.

Note that if you are using Oracle Data Sources in JBoss you need to tweak a few JBoss config files. I forget what they are but the docs are out there if you run into problems.
Jeremy Wilson
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I am realizing my original question is alittle open ended. We want to use the RAD capabilities of JDeveloper with JBoss on top of an oracle database. I realize the question is morphing into how to deploy the ADF/UIX and Business Component framework to JBoss? We do not have the funding resources to use the Oracle application server at this time. I hope this clarifies a few things.
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Jeremy,
After developing in JBoss, you can export the code to an EAR file. (or a WAR file, but an EAR is better.)

For questions about JBoss, please post in our JBoss forum.
Jeremy Wilson
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Thanks, everyone.... I believe I am on the right track now. I have a test Web application using ADF-Face deployed to JBoss 4.0
 
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