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Deyan Sultov
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Hello ...
Is it possible JBoss to be installed as a Windows service and how?
Thanks in advance.
 
Darryl A. J. Staflund
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Hi there,
One way of getting JBoss to run as a service is to download the 'Wrapper' utility from the following URL:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/wrapper/
This application lets you install and control any Java application as a native NT/Unix service.
If you have a copy of the book:
Kunnumpurath, M. "JBoss 3.0: Deployment and Administration Handbook" (Wrox: 2002)
It also goes into some detail on how to use the 'Wrapper' utility to install JBoss as a service.
Last, check out the JBoss forums at JBoss.org. There is bound to be a thread there that discusses the issue.
Darryl
 
Deyan Sultov
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Thanks Darryl,
I also found another way. It was described in a JBoss QuickStart doc. Just download the wrapping program from http://www.alexandriasc.com/software/JavaService/download.html and follow the instructions.
 
Sebastian Hennebrueder
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Hallo,
I created a updated installation script, better explaining what to specify. You can find them in english
Jboss as Windows Service
and auf deutsch hier:
jboss als Windows Service deutsch.html
I provided also the javaservice.exe from http://www.alexandriasc.com/software/JavaService/index.html as I frequently cannot reach their website.

Regards Sebastian
 
Tim Shea
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Tried the Java Service Wrapper mentioned above and it worked great. I used it on the JBoss-Tomcat-Liferay bundle that Liferay Enterprise Portal puts out. Followed the JBoss integration tutorial on the JSW page with no problems. Great project.
 
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Leena Kalyani
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Originally posted by Tim Shea:
Tried the Java Service Wrapper mentioned above and it worked great. I used it on the JBoss-Tomcat-Liferay bundle that Liferay Enterprise Portal puts out. Followed the JBoss integration tutorial on the JSW page with no problems. Great project.


Hi,

Can you tell me where is the JBoss integration tutorial on the JSW page. I could not find it. Please help.

-Leena
 
Manoj Maniraj
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http://jboss.org/jbossweb/downloads/jboss-native/?action=a&windowstate=maximized works fantastic. Please go through README-service.txt
 
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Manoj, please do not wake the zombies!
 
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