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[Ask] JBoss Deploy Place

 
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Dear all..

sorry iam really newbie in JBoss, ussually i use tomcat 6...
how to i deploy myapplication in JBoss?..

i just Download JBoss 4.0GA..

Thank's
 
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First, why not download a more current version like 4.2.3 or 4.2.2

Anyway, whatever version you have, you just drop your deployment into the deploy directory.

I am going to make assumptions here. Since you are new, I don't think you know about configurations and the different configs that JBoss give you when you download, and that you are just starting up JBoss with run.bat and no command line arguments. That means you are running the "default" configuration. So the deploy directory would be

<where ever you unzipped the jboss download>/server/default/deploy

Good Luck

Mark
 
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If you want to take JBoss 5 for a spin, click on the link for JBoss in Action in my signature and download the first chapter of the book for free. It should get you started. Honestly, the contents in that chapter are not too far off from what you need to get started with JBoss 4.x.
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