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Deploy war files in jboss ec2 instance

 
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Hi,

I am working with Amazons Web Service and currently i am trying to upload my war files that i've scp'd from my local machine to the ec2 instance. they are currently sitting on the ec2 instance, but i am confused on how do i get the jboss to grab them and upload them to jboss and then run the war files. The war files are sitting in their own directory, so i can move them anywhere.

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My question is, how do I have those maven war files get placed into my jboss folder and have it be deployed there so that when I start my jboss server, I can go to the jboss management console through my browser and see the war files uploaded there and can run them.

I already have jboss installed on my ec2 instance and maven as well. Does anyone know how to do this? Any information or guide is appreciated!

thanks in advance!
 
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Which version of JBoss AS have you installed? Irrespective of that, if you have pre-built .war file(s) then all you have to do is place them in the deployment folder of JBoss AS. For AS7 or higher, it's JBOSS_HOME/standalone/deployment folder. For any lower version of JBoss AS, it's JBOSS_HOME/server/<servername>/deploy folder.
 
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