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JBoss and multiple applications

 
Dilip kumar
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Hello All,

I need to deploy multiple J2EE applications onto JBoss. I'm not sure which one is the best option.

Deploying all applications under one folder "jboss4.0\server\default\deploy"
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Creating separate folder for each application "jboss4.0\server\APP1\deploy", "jboss4.0\server\APP2\deploy", "jboss4.0\server\APP3\deploy" etc.

Really appreciate any suggestions.

Thanks much.
 
Mark Spritzler
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It depends, but if you make any new folders not directly inside your deploy directory will require you to change the jboss-service.xml and the DeploymentScanner MBean to include those directories.

if you want you developers to deploy but don't want them to have access to the JBoss directories you can create a URL, WebDav, Network share folder and point the DeploymentScanner to those locations. Check out the comments in the jboss-service.xml right above the DeploymentScanner settings. It most likely will be the last MBean declared in your jboss-service.xml

Mark
 
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