I downloaded the JBoss+jdk6+Rails Beta .zip file. Can anyone help me to install it?
I already have netbeans+jdk5+mysql+javaFX bundle installed. I would like to continue using netbeans, and I want to try JBoss also. If I install JBoss will it override jdk5 and create problem with netbeans?
I think I just have the JBoss AS5 server. How do i develop some samples in JBoss IDE? should i download JBoss IDE separately? I dont have eclipse. i have netbeans, but i dont want to touch it. I remember i installed a single .exe in windows OS and i got the ide and app server together. If I need to get the IDE separately, where can i get it?
I think i have a problem with the server. i tried to test the server using http://localhost:8083/ but the JBoss home page didnt turn up. does it mean the server is not started properly?
Please find below the messages from sh run.sh:
Also, this log shows that the server started without any issues and should be accessible at localhost:8080. Are you accessing this from the same machine where the server is running? By default you cannot access the server remotely. For that you need to start using the -b option http://www.jboss.org/community/wiki/JBoss42FAQ
No, I am not remote conneted to the server machine. Its installed on the same machine from which I am trying to access it.
Also, I tried to set the JBoss server to my netbeans, but the ide throws a null pointer exception when i clicked on the 'Add..' button in the web application creation wizard.
Finally I configured JBoss v5.0 + Ruby server in my Eclipse 3.5. And i ran a sample web app also. There is one strange problem i have. I get an 'Adress already in use' error when i start jboss server first. Then i have to do a netstat to find out who is using that port and kill it. it is the same server process that uses the 8083. I understood it when i ran the server from one shell window and killed the process which was using the port from another shell window. I wonder why this is happening.
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