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problem in configuring Jboss into eclipse

 
Cherry Gupta
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Hi
When I try to integrate JBoss into eclipse with steps
windows->preferences>server>add>Jboss>Jboss v0.5
I m getting error
missing classpath entry
I have attcahed it as a image

Please provide me solution for this.

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Cherry
problem.GIF
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Francesco Marchioni
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Mmmm the JBoss release 0.5 doesn't make sense.
However if you point to a JBoss AS server directory and you get errors like "x.jar" not found, you have an Eclipse version which doesn't recognizes the application server version you're trying to use.
Since I'm holding a promo for "JBoss AS 5 development book" I'd suggest have a look at the book content, since it's about developing Java EE applications on JBoss AS using Eclipse IDE.
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Francesco
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Cherry Gupta
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sorry its not 0.5 its v5.0

when I try doing this
windows->preferences->server->runtime enviroment->add->Jboss->Jboss v5.0

I m getting the error mentioned above

I m using eclipse version 'eclipse-jee-galileo-SR1-win32'
and JBoss Version 'jboss-5.1.0.GA-jdk6'

please help me to solve the problem.

Thanks
Cherry
 
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looking carefully at the snapshot I can see that you're trying to connect JBoss 5.0. And from the Eclipse icon, it seems you're using the latest Eclipse release (Galileo). So the releases should be compatible.

Are you trying to configure a JBoss AS which is on not running on your machine ?
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Francesco Marchioni
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Cherry Gupta wrote:sorry its not 0.5 its v5.0

when I try doing this
windows->preferences->server->runtime enviroment->add->Jboss->Jboss v5.0

I m getting the error mentioned above

I m using eclipse version 'eclipse-jee-galileo-SR1-win32'
and JBoss Version 'jboss-5.1.0.GA-jdk6'

please help me to solve the problem.

Thanks
Cherry

oh you got me while I was answering you.
I've just checked and Eclipse Galileo SR1 is able to handle JBoss 5.10 as application server. So if the application server resides on the same machine, I cannot see why it cannot find the run.jar file.
However I'd suggest to install JBoss Tools (install at least the JBoss AS plugin) which does a better job of handling the communication with JBoss.
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Francesco
 
Cherry Gupta
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I have downloaded the jboss from jboss site but I dont know how to install it or run it on my machine.
how I run it on my machine?

Thanks
Cherry
 
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Well I didn't dare to ask if you pointed to your JBoss AS installation with "Browse" but indeed it seems you didn't
Unzip JBoss. That's all
Francesco
 
Cherry Gupta
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I have already unzip the jboss and when I click browse I m getting the path till bin but not to run.jar
'F:\jboss-5.1.0.GA-jdk6\jboss-5.1.0.GA\bin'.
though bin consist of run.jar
but it is not displaying in eclipse
 
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Cherry Gupta wrote:I have already unzip the jboss and when I click browse I m getting the path till bin but not to run.jar
'F:\jboss-5.1.0.GA-jdk6\jboss-5.1.0.GA\bin'.
though bin consist of run.jar
but it is not displaying in eclipse

No, you mustn't select the "bin" directory when you're selecting the JBoss HOME. Point to 'F:\jboss-5.1.0.GA-jdk6\jboss-5.1.0.GA
If still doesn't work, please post the snapshot with the actual path where you are pointing to.....
regards
Francesco
 
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