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Lomboz server definition file for JBoss 4.0.0DR4?

 
Josh Rehman
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Hi,

I'm working through the excellent tutorial at TUSC but I'm stumped at the very beginning because Lomboz doesn't come with a JBoss 4 .server file. Using JBoss 3.2.1 is not an option for me because I *must* support JSP 2 (which requires Tomcat 5).

I'm wondering if anyone out there has modified the jboss321.server file so that it works with jboss4 and would be willing to share.

Thanks so much!
 
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Things are almost working. Lomboz seems to want a jar file called "jboss-boot.jar" under jboss/lib. Nothing similiarly named seems to exist there, or else I would try that out.
 
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The symptom is that when I right-click on the server name in the "Lomboz J2EE View" in Eclipse, and click "Debug Server", nothing happens. According to the tutorial, some output should appear in the Console view.
 
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OK, so I added jboss-common.jar to the server section, ran into a problem where dom4j.jar was missing, added it, and now Lomboz is working. I have a working .server file for JBoss4 under windows!

Moderator: would it be appropriate to post here? Or should I post it on my site and just link to it? Thanks.
 
Sangi Adisekaran
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Hello
Now iam working with eclipse2.1, Lomboz 213, tomcat 4.1 & JBoss 4.0
When i tied to create a Lomboz J2EE, is says an error that the jboss-boot.jar is not found
What should i do to rectify it?


Sangi

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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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