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Eclipse w/ lomboz plugin - jboss won't start

Ken Tomazin

Joined: May 21, 2004
Posts: 1

I'm using Eclipse 3.0 M8 along with lomboz.3m8.preview3 along with jboss-3.2.1_tomcat-4.1.24. I go through the install and setup my application server. Everything seems fine until I go to start the app server. When I do, it seems to hang on the starting of the HttpInvoker.
The last few lines of the console output look like the folloiwng:

13:07:59,375 INFO [HttpProxyFactory] Created
13:07:59,375 INFO [HttpProxyFactory] Creating
13:07:59,375 INFO [HttpProxyFactory] Created
13:07:59,375 INFO [HttpInvoker] Starting

I'm assuming that there should be a line that says that the HttpInvoker started and then much more. This is based on my observation of when I start JBOSS by hand from the command line. Also, I would think I should be able to open a browser and surf to http://localhost:8080/jmx-console ... I get a 404 error when I attempt this.

Are my assumptions valid or does jboss only startup part of the way when invoked through eclipse/lomboz? Any clues as to what is wrong and how I might fix it would be greatly appreciated. Also, FWIW, I attempted the exact same thing with 3.0M7 and lomboz M7 and got exactly the same results.

Thanks in advance for your assistance.

Soumendu Munshi

Joined: Jul 11, 2000
Posts: 12
Did you try starting Jboss alone and then stopping it. If that works then you can try they have a complete example using Lomboz 2.1.
I agree. Here's the link:
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