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How to install Jboss 4.0 in windows Operating Systems

 
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Anyone suggest me .how to make installation of Jboss in Windows Operating Systems as well as also I want to configure in Netbeans Id.

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Are you sure you want to start with such an old version of JBoss? The current version is 5.1.0 or so.

As for the installation, JBoss comes with a whole host of documents, including installation, configurations, etc. Are these not working for you? Perhaps you could explain what you've done and what specific problems you're having.

You may want to ask in the IDE forum for help on NetBeans IDE.

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Installation is simple - first install a JDK, then download and unzip the JBoss AS binary. Make sure that JBoss AS ZIP is for the same level as the JDK (the JDK 6 package for JBoss AS has "jdk6" in its name. For more detailed instructions, grab the first chapter for JBoss in Action, it has JBoss AS installation instructions.

NetBeans should already have JBoss AS support. All you need to do is tell NetBeans where JBoss AS was installed.
 
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Mark E Hansen wrote:Are you sure you want to start with such an old version of JBoss? The current version is 5.1.0 or so.

As for the installation, JBoss comes with a whole host of documents, including installation, configurations, etc. Are these not working for you? Perhaps you could explain what you've done and what specific problems you're having.

You may want to ask in the IDE forum for help on NetBeans IDE.

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Thanks Hansen
Actually I have Most of the my Project in NetBeans 5.5 ID , and NetBeans 5.5 by default support 4.0 JBoss Application Server.Due to That reason , I want to make configuration of that.
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Peter Johnson wrote:Installation is simple - first install a JDK, then download and unzip the JBoss AS binary. Make sure that JBoss AS ZIP is for the same level as the JDK (the JDK 6 package for JBoss AS has "jdk6" in its name. For more detailed instructions, grab the first chapter for JBoss in Action, it has JBoss AS installation instructions.

NetBeans should already have JBoss AS support. All you need to do is tell NetBeans where JBoss AS was installed.




Many-2 Thanks..Johnson
I have done configuration setting of JBoss Properly. It is working smoothly.
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Actually I have Most of the my Project in NetBeans 5.5 ID , and NetBeans 5.5 by default support 4.0 JBoss Application Server.


That is fine, as long as you do not want to do anything with EJB 3. If you plan on doing any EJB 3 work, you really should be using JBoss AS 5.1.0, and upgrade to NetBeans 6.8. (Though the latest Eclipse + JBoss Tools would be even better.)
 
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Peter Johnson wrote:

Actually I have Most of the my Project in NetBeans 5.5 ID , and NetBeans 5.5 by default support 4.0 JBoss Application Server.


That is fine, as long as you do not want to do anything with EJB 3. If you plan on doing any EJB 3 work, you really should be using JBoss AS 5.1.0, and upgrade to NetBeans 6.8. (Though the latest Eclipse + JBoss Tools would be even better.)



Thanks for Recommending Netbeans 6.8.
Hope in further future might be some problems will be come regarding EJB3.
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