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Migrate Tomact-Struts application into JBoss

Raj Krish

Joined: Apr 12, 2006
Posts: 1
WE have a Tomcat webserver that runs a application build using Struts MVC framework.
We want to install JBoss and migrate the application entirely into it retaining the Struts modules. Where can I find information about building /configuring Struts application in JBoss.

Please help.
Meghana Meduri

Joined: Mar 29, 2006
Posts: 27
It should not be very difficult to migrate web application from tomcat to jboss.
You don't have to do configuration stuff unless you have clustering and all that stuff.

You can lots of documentation on jboss form Documentaion explains how to deploy web application.

It supports hot deployment. All you need is to copy your war into /jboss/server/defauly/deploy folder.

When you start your server, application gets deployed.

Make sure that jvm versions on which you build your war match with JVM version on which your server is running.

Hope this helps.
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