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Rob Hunter
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How can I easily test to see if JBoss installed fine or not? This forum doesn't seem to be too active, can anyone answer this one? Thanks in advance.

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Jaikiran Pai
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Just run the run.bat file present in %JBOSS_HOME%/bin folder and wait for the Server started message (which will not take more than around 1 to 2 minutes to come up)


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Darya Akbari
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Just unzip the JBoss ZIP file and run the file run.bat.

Did you download the binary or the source code version ?


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Mark Spritzler
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Ron, to see if it is running, just go to http://localhost:8080/web-console

That is the simplest.

Now here is a caveat, while that will show you that JBoss is running, it does not necessarily mean that everything services and apps got deployed. You could still have an exception in a service that doesn't deploy but still JBoss is running and installed. You have to look at the console and check to see if any exceptions show up.

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