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Can't add JBoss server to Netbeans 6.7

 
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Dear members,
I want to open an existing application in Netbeans 6.7 which is build on

Spring 2.5 and Struts 1.3 and JBoss app server


i had jdk1.6 installed on my machine. when i tried to add JBoss server 5.0 , Netbeans showed me following message:

Provide a valid JBoss Application Server 4 or 5 location

I googled, and found very few threads on this. didn't get perfect solution. then I tried JBoss 4, didn't work either.

later I downgraded my JDK to 1.5. tried with JBoss4 also didn't work.

Now i am totally frustrated. is this a bug of Netbeans? or I am missing something on version compatibility of the technologies?

could you please show me some light on this?

Thanks in advance
 
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What exact version of JBoss AS?

See if this post helps: https://coderanch.com/t/516799/vc/do-you-add-jboss-CR
 
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