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how to start jboss

 
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i used tomcat for servlet or jsp .. but i dont know how to start jboss..please send me the procedure to start jboss services ..and which folder we have to put the class file .. and can we use servlet on jboss..???
 
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Originally posted by ali rafiq:
i used tomcat for servlet or jsp .. but i dont know how to start jboss..please send me the procedure to start jboss services ..and which folder we have to put the class file .. and can we use servlet on jboss..???


It's a J2EE application server, 'nuff said. Bite the bullet and purchase the $10 documentation on their website.
Here's a hint to get you started: put your app in a directory with a dot war or dot ear extension and put your jars right in the deploy directory.

[your jboss]/server/default/deploy/foobar.war/WEB-INF/classes
That path pretty much tells the whole store in terms of trying it out. Plop jars 'n classes as you normally would or try the deploy director if you want hot-deploy of just that jar.
 
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P.S. Set your memory in an environment variable: JAVA_OPTS so that when you run [your jboss]/bin/run.sh (or run.bat) they will be picked up:
Example JAVA_OPTS: -Xms256m -Xmx256m
Obviously you can edit run.sh/bat also.
 
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Hi
I wrote Start using JBoss with XDoclet, which you can download from
http://www.mycgiserver.com/~asahni/
This is beginers level guide to help start using JBoss.
 
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