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Automating deployment in Jboss by Jenkins?

 
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What would be the best way to do a deploy on JBoss EAP via Jenkins?

After completion of the build, if successfully occur, I would like to deploy my application, it would be better via plugin or create some script (Running in the post build Jenkins) ?

Currently I do this manually deploy via Jboss console.
 
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Can't you just copy the file to the deployments folder?
 
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The users are used to do this in the console in Jboss management, not directly in the folder deployment.
 
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You could install maven wildfly plugin. http://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.wildfly.plugins/wildfly-maven-plugin
It does a remote deploy with just a configuration in your pom.xml.
You can run the mvn wildfly:deploy in the post build phase.
I currently do this that way.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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