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How to Install JBoss

 
phani bhushan reddy
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I am new to JBoss, can anybody
Please help me in the following points :
1. Where I can get an updated version of JBoss
2. How to install JBoss ?
3. I am using Tomcat already, I had Oracle 9.2 in My system? How should I configure the system?
4. Is there any paths/class paths to be given. Then what are they?
5. How to Start and shutdown JBoss server?
6. Is it http://127.0.0.1:8080/jmx-console to all the systems to see JBoss console?

Please help me anybody for these questions
 
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Originally posted by phani bhushan reddy:
1. Where I can get an updated version of JBoss

Download the jboss-4.2.1.GA.zip from here
All the other releases are available at JBoss AS downloads

Originally posted by phani bhushan reddy:
2. How to install JBoss ?


Simply extract the downloaded zip file to some folder on your system (I would recommend, not to have spaces in the folder name/path).

Originally posted by phani bhushan reddy:
4. Is there any paths/class paths to be given. Then what are they?

You just have to set JAVA_HOME variable. This version of JBoss requires Java 1.5. So point JAVA_HOME to JDK5 directory.

Originally posted by phani bhushan reddy:
5. How to Start and shutdown JBoss server?

The easiest way to start JBoss is to use the run.bat file in the bin folder of the server (for linux its run.sh). To shutdown JBoss, just press Ctrl^C on the JBoss console.
The other way to start JBoss is to start it as a service.

Originally posted by phani bhushan reddy:
6. Is it http://127.0.0.1:8080/jmx-console to all the systems to see JBoss console?


http://localhost:8080/jmx-console will show you the JMX console of the server.
 
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The easiest way to start JBoss is to use the run.bat file in the bin folder of the server (for linux its run.sh). To shutdown JBoss, just press Ctrl^C on the JBoss console.


Ctrl^C is certainly not the recommended manner in which you shut down JBoss as Ctrl^C will kill the process abruptly.
The proper manner is to use the shutdown.bat or shutdown.sh which can be found in the same location as run.bat/run.sh
 
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Originally posted by Maneesh Godbole:


Ctrl^C is certainly not the recommended manner in which you shut down JBoss as Ctrl^C will kill the process abruptly.


Ctrl^C does a graceful shutdown of JBoss. JBoss registers a signal handler that recognizes the INT signal (produced by ctrl-c) and shuts the server down gracefully.

Originally posted by Maneesh Godbole:
The proper manner is to use the shutdown.bat or shutdown.sh which can be found in the same location as run.bat/run.sh


That's definitely another option to shutdown JBoss.
 
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