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Danl Thompson
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Joined: Apr 04, 2001
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Reading the JBoss Getting Started 3.0 all makes sense, yet the Template project doesn't seem to work. I guess the template project is supposed to run with 3.0, but I'm running 3.2.1, so that's my first question. It shat true?
Next, where in the world does JBoss explain how to deploy an appplication? The getting started doc says to use the Template app and the associated ANT script. Fine. But the next step after building the template app with main, says "Make sure the deployment suceeded without any exceptions." But I can't find what that means anywhere. So any help is appreciated.
Newbie questions. I know. I'm a newbie again I guess.
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norman richards
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Joined: Jul 21, 2003
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You deploy by placing the war/ear/jar files into the deploy directory. (server/default/deploy, most likely) This is probably done in the ant build file in the example, which is why they might not explain in the document you have...
Danl Thompson
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Thanks, your posting helped a lot. Of course it was obvious once I actually READ the quick start manual, and read through the ANT script. It's kind of nice that JBoss does all this magic for you.
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