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Hey all.
I have already downloaded JBoss 3.2.5 and Eclipse 3.0 and Lomboz 3.0
after unpacking every thing, I did the following :
Preferences --- Lomboz ---- Server Defination
Server types : JBoss 3.2.x
From Properties tape , I chose :
Application Server Directory : F:\JBoss
ClassPath variable name : JBOSS32x
ClassPath variable : F:\JBoss
clicking apply.
when trying to create a lomboz J2ee project, I got the following errors at problems tape :
missing required library : F:JBoss/lib/jboss-boot.jar
missing required library : F:JBoss/server/default/lib/javax.servlet.jar
I searched the whole JBoss dir for these jars but I didn't find them at all.
please enlight me.
 
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John,
I'm moving this to our JBoss forum.
 
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hi

Error: missing required library: 'C:\jboss-3.2.5/lib/jboss-boot.jar
ALSO missing javax.servlet.jar

please use the file jboss325.server available at this japanese website
as u are using jboss 3.2.5

Solution -->fromjapanese site
http://www.kawaz.jp/pukiwiki/?JBoss%203.2.3%A2%AA3.2.4

for more details please search in google with text
missing required library: 'C:\jboss-3.2.5/lib/jboss-boot.jar

best of luck
 
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thanks alot.
I got the following file :

now, what to do ??
I have created this file and called it : jboss32x.server and another one called jboss32x.server.bak
but lomboz is not able to recognized the type : JBOSS 32X anymore ?
 
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Create a file named jboss325.server and store it in D:\opt\eclipse\plugins\com.objectlearn.jdt.j2ee_3.0.1\servers.

Now go to Eclipse and use Windows => Preferences => Lomboz => Server Definitions.

You will now see a Server type for JBOSS 3.2.5.

Just set the app server directory and Classpath variable textfields to that of your installation.

Now create a new Lomboz J2EE Project
When you get to the Create J2EE Module dialog for adding Web Modules, Ejb Modules and Targeted Servers choose JBOSS 3.2.5

Once you click 'Finish' your project will now be O.K. with no errors regarding jar files and libraries.

It worked for me

Good Luck
 
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Of course should go without saying that D:\opt\eclipse will be your eclipse directory so replace it with whatever you have. The plugins directory is what you are after.
 
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