JBoss 4.0.2 support

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2006-04-13
2013-05-02
  • Jesper Söderlund

    Trying to establish a connection to a JB 4.0.2 app server doesn't work for me.

    The configuration dialog only gives a host and a port. I've tried with the I could think of in the JBoss AS.

    Anybody has this working can provide me with info on the jboss-config entry which governs this use?

    BTW related might be that I could not find a jar-file called "jnet.jar" as indicated in the JBoss install instructions. Seems like jnet.jar is  only available in JB 3.X-track.

    Thanks!

     
    • Vinit

      Vinit - 2006-04-13

      Did you copy the other jar files to Jmanage modules/jboss directory?
      jbossall-client.jar is in $JBOSS_HOME/client
      and jboss-jmx.jar is in $JBOSS_HOME/lib

       
    • Rakesh Kalra

      Rakesh Kalra - 2006-04-13

      The jnet.jar doesn't need to be updated. You just need to update jbossall-client.jar and jboss-jmx.jar. Make sure that you restart jManage after updating the jar files.

      You only need to specify host and port, unless you have enabled security for JBoss JMX.

      What is the error message that you get?

      Thanks,
      Rakesh

       
    • Jesper Söderlund

      Yes but my question was "which port"?

      What is the port call in the JBoss config files?

      Thanks,
      /Jesper

       
      • Rakesh Kalra

        Rakesh Kalra - 2006-04-18

        JBoss uses 1099 as the default port. This naming port is configured in:

        JBOSS_HOME\server\<SERVER_CONFIG>\conf\jboss-service.xml

        The SERVER_CONFIG is "default", "all" or "minimal" in the standard installation. By default you run the "default" configuration.

        If you have not made any changes to the JBoss config, use 1099 as the JBoss port.

        Thanks,
        Rakesh

         

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