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Using Jboss in development Environment

 
Shashi Prakash
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Hi ,

I have been using Eclipse and Tomcat in my development environment and we deploy war file to production which runs on Jboss .. I wanted to use Jboss also for my development environment.
I got Eclipse and Jboss integrated and running .I deployed a war file in Jboss and Its working fine..

Now I wanted to use project in Jboss not in deployed war file as in this will be development environment and need to chanage files quite often.

In Tomcat we specify this context in server.xml . How to do this in Jboss .

Thanks,
 
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Originally posted by Shashi Prakash:

Now I wanted to use project in Jboss not in deployed war file as in this will be development environment and need to chanage files quite often.



Sorry, i did not understand your question. Are you saying, you want to place the war file in some folder other than the deploy folder of JBoss?
 
Jignesh Patel
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Originally posted by Shashi Prakash:


Now I wanted to use project in Jboss not in deployed war file as in this will be development environment and need to chanage files quite often.

In Tomcat we specify this context in server.xml . How to do this in Jboss .

Thanks,



I think youa are trying to say that you want to use exploded format instead of .war file. But not sure, what it has to do with server.xml file.
 
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