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hi guys,

i am new to the jboss app server. i just tried runnig this simple code given in the book called begining j2ee 5. but i get an error saying no such a directory. the code is as follows;

1) a usual jsp file named index.jsp
2) a application.xml file which is under META-INF directory. it is as follows;

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<application>
<display-name>Hello Java EE World!</display-name>
<module>
<web>
<web-uri>web-app.war</web-uri>
<context-root>/hello</context-root>
</web>
</module>
</application>

then according to the book i made a WAR file containing the index.jsp and a EAR file containing the WAR file +the META-INF directory.

then i copied the .ear file in to jboss/server/all/deploy directory.

when i run the server and type in localhost:8080/hello it gives an error saying that the resource is not found. what am i doing wrong? please help

thank you
 
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sorry guys. i made a slight mistake. its working now... sorry about it...

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Dinuka

"jboss/server/all/deploy"

Are you just playing around right now, or did you specifically want clustering?

The "all" configuration of JBoss adds clustering, whereas default is the core J2EE Services.

Mark
 
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hey thank you mark for that piece of information , i didnt know that. actually the book said to put it into the all directory and didnt specify why. so thank you for that bit of information.

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