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This week, we're delighted to have Javid Jamae and Peter Johnson helping to answer questions about the new book JBoss in Action.

The promotion starts Tuesday, July 1st 2008 and will end on Friday, July 4th 2008.

We'll be selecting four random posters in this forum to win a free copy of the book provided by the publisher, Manning.

Please see the Book Promotion page to ensure your best chances at winning!

Posts in this welcome thread are not eligible for the drawing.
 
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Welcome Javid and Peter

Well actually, Peter has been here since the fast few weeks helping ranchers. Hope you guys have a great time answering questions about the book, this week. Right time to have this book, now that JBoss-5.0 CR1 is planned for release this week
 
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Originally posted by Jaikiran Pai:

Right time to have this book, now that JBoss-5.0 CR1 is planned for release this week



Just saw a note at JBoss site - JBoss5 CR1 has just been released.
 
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Hi,

I havent read the complete book and just started reading the free chapter available "Vote for Jboss".It is intersting read so far.
I have recently shifted to JBOSS4.2.2 from WAS6.1 and find it very very convinent to use and develop.

However , you may want to double check this from your book
"Compare that to Websphere, which has no support for EJB3 yet"

WAS6.1 has EJB3 support now which went on GA sometimes in Nov last year. So WAS also has EJB3 support now.
 
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Welcome to the ranch Authors.
 
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great to have Jboss AS 5 released
 
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Hello Authors,

Its nice to have you around for answering our queries.

So here goes my two interrelated queries:


1. Is it possible to debug a web application (deployed war file) in JBoss4.0.2 using Netbeans 6.0. I have tried it without much success.

2. Moreover, If its possible then, I would like to run both the front-end and back-end of my application (both deployed in JBoss 4.0.2) together in Debug mode. So that I can test my application and its calls end to end.


Backend of my application (deployed on JBoss 4.0.2 server) is already running in Netbeans Debug mode already.


Best Regards
Sumit
 
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Originally posted by Sumit Kapil:

So here goes my two interrelated queries:


1. Is it possible to debug a web application (deployed war file) in JBoss4.0.2 using Netbeans 6.0. I have tried it without much success.

2. Moreover, If its possible then, I would like to run both the front-end and back-end of my application (both deployed in JBoss 4.0.2) together in Debug mode. So that I can test my application and its calls end to end.


Backend of my application (deployed on JBoss 4.0.2 server) is already running in Netbeans Debug mode already.




Sumit,
This thread is for welcoming the authors. Please open a new thread for your questions

And remember, posts in this thread are not eligible for winning the book
 
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Oops


I just realized this after posting and was hoping that Nobody noticed tht I posted in wrong one.....

anyways I will repost it then, thanks fr reminding me



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Welcome Javid Jamae and Peter Johnson to BookPromotions at JavaRanch
 
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With CR1 finally released, Javid and I will be busily checking the text against that release (and against what has happened in the industry - thanks for the heads-up Himadri), and updating our demo apps (which should soon after appear on the book's web site for download). Hopefully we will go to print some time in August. Man it has been a looooong 2 years since we started.
 
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Welcome Javid and Peter!

An administrative note: This promo ends on July 4th. Yes we are aware that this is a US holiday. This will not affect the promo. Posts on July 4th are still eligible to win.
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