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How to deploy a JAVA application in JBOSS as a Dynamic web Application?

 
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Hi,

How to deploy a JAVA application in JBOSS as a Dynamic web Application?

Thanks
RS
 
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Can you please explain a bit more on what the question means?
 
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You cannot. A stand-alone Java application cannot be deployed to JBoss As as a web application.

Or are you saying you have a plain Java project in and IDE, but that project is really a web app, and now you want to deploy it to JBoss AS within the IDE? If so, you will have ot first create a new Dynamic Web App project, copy all of your sources to it, and then deploy that.
 
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This is a duplicate post of https://coderanch.com/t/570336/JBoss/deploy-Java-Project-Jboss-Server, let's continue the discussion there. I am locking this one.
 
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