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how to configure JBoss 5 in Eclipse 3.4 ?

 
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Anybody knows how to configure JBoss 5 in Eclipse 3.4 ? Any tutorial ?

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"Add / New Server", select the JBoss-Directory, select the launch configuration and you are done...
 
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Are you asking this because Eclispe 3.4 does not recognize JBoss AS 5? If so, I can think of a few things to try. (It's been a while since I was on Eclipse 3.4, so this is all from memory.) Try installing JBoss Tools, it might give the ability to configure a JBoss AS 5 server. Or you can copy the jboss42.serverdef file as jboss42.serverdef and edit it to reflect the new JAR file locations. This file is in the plugins directory somewhere - search for it.

If none of that helps, let me know and I will see if I still have and Eclipse 3.4 sitting around somewhere (on my work laptop I have only 3.5).
 
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