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I have a problem regarding running a .jsp file on Jboss 5.0 server

 
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Hey hi,
I m doing an IVR application program.
I typed the code and generated a .jsp file.
When i m trying to run this program on Jboss 5.0 server
it gives the following error.
" Missing classpath entry \your_server_root\appservers\jboss\bin\run.jar"

I rectified this and pointed to bin folder of Jboss5.0GA folder.
then it gives the error as
" Missing classpath entry C:\jboss-5.0.1.GA\bin\bin\run.jar"

now i dont have any clue to fix it.
my JRE is jre1.6.0

Can anyone help me?
Thank You.
Awaiting response.
 
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I don't know what IVR is. But based on those error message i am guessing that, that tool is expecting the JBOSS_HOME to be set. Revert any change that you did to the config files and then set the JBOSS_HOME system wide environment variable. I say system wide because i don't know how your tool is run, if it's from a command line, then all you have to do is:

 
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thanks for your reply but the thing is it didnt work.
I will explain maa problem clearly
"I have downloaded jboss 5.0.1 GA stable version,downloaded eclipse,instaled jee_sdk_5.I was trying to run a VXML script on jbossv5.0 and i pointed the runtime environment to jboss/bin.It still gives me the same error."
can someone help me.
PLease.
Thank You
Sagar.
 
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Hey guys,
I have done the program using Tomcatv6.0.
But stil i wanna what's the problem with Jboss.
Thank You.
 
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How and where did you set the JBOSS_HOME? And what exact value did you set it to?
 
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Hi

please see if the files do exist in "lib" folder; the error message was missing classpath entry, so it must be in "lib" folder present.

It helped me with 5.0.1.GA!

vimal

 
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