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Change host for server in netbeans

 
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Hi
When adding a JBoss server into NetBeans, there is no option to specify the
host. The host defaults to localhost and
is greyed out so it cannot be edited. This can cause problems in some
instances where it is necessary to bind the
running JBoss instance to a different IP address on the local machine.

When running JBoss outside of NetBeans, this is done by using the "-b" option.
E.g

run -b 192.168.1.2

would bind JBoss to IP address 192.168.1.2

There is no option within NetBeans to change this binding address, however this
is essential in some cases.
 
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