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Is there any JBoss administration tool or GUI console available? Also, I wonder if JBoss provides any APIs for building such tools. Thanks.
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The default URL for the console web aplication is http://localhost:8080/jmx-console/, but you can try the other console in http://localhost:8080/web-console/ .
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Originally posted by Carlos Balthazar:
The default URL for the console web aplication is http://localhost:8080/jmx-console/, but you can try the other console in http://localhost:8080/web-console/ .
regards
Carlos Balthazar


Thanks for the reply.
The jmx-console is a JMX agent view console. I tried to run the web-console (installed with JBoss 3.2.2), but it only displayed a flat page with some data about the JVM and host machine. The console I'm looking for is an administration console by which you can deploy/redeploy/undeploy applications, create a data connection, configure a data source, manage EJBs, etc. (sort of like the Weblogic Administration console). Do you have any info about this type of console for JBoss? Thanks.
 
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