possibly you deployed the existing version with another user. If that's the case then you probably don't have the privileges to remove this existing file before redeploying the new one.
Rajeev R Tumkur
Joined: Sep 13, 2007
Hi Marc, Thanks for your reply. But, I have logged-on as the same user on both times. I am not sure about the problem. But the same works fine with JBoss 4.2.2 GA. Is it required to change anything in .xml configuration files?
Sorry, Rajeev, unfortunately I'm only using Linux as operating system so I'm probably not a great help for you. Perhaps someone else has more experience with JBoss and Windows.
The only other thing I could imagine is that JBoss is running as a Windows service with a different user and for some reason the eclipse plugin which runs with your user privileges doesn't have sufficient rights to remove this file.
Of course it could simply be a bug of JBoss or the plugin doesn't work well with the beta version.