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JBoss 7.1.1 - war deployment  RSS feed

 
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Currently JBoss seems to be running fine on one server and under /standalone/deployments/ there are XXXXXX.war.deployed files for every .war directory under /standalone/deployments/. On another server (that was working fine until recently) JBoss appears to be running fine as the admin page comes up in the browser stating it is running fine. When I try to access a .jsp from one of the war directories from the browser it gives me a 404 error. I checked in the /standalone/deployments/ directory and all files related to the war directories are XXXXXX.war.undeployed. I'm assuming the wars aren't deployed because these files are present. How can I get the applications back up and running? No files have been changed to have caused the applications to stop working. JBoss has been restarted a few times now as has the server as well (running on Windows) and no luck. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
 
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Are those exploded deployments or archived ones? For exploded deployments you need to add a xxx.war.dodeploy marker file for each xxx.war deployment.
 
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Do the .dodeploy files need to go under /standalone or /standalone/deployments/? Thanks for the response.
 
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Thanks Jaikiran Pai, exactly what was needed. One thing I found somewhat strange was the dodeploy files get renamed to undeployed or deployed. Wouldn't new files with either undeployed or deployed in addition to the dodeploys make more sense? That way, when restarting, new attempts to include the wars are once again recognized.
 
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