JBoss plugin JDNI port for remote debugging

Hi,

I am trying to setup a run configuration for remote jboss server. It asks for JNDI port - is this required for remote debugging. Eclipse does not require this.

I am working with a customized install of JBoss which disables all the JMX and Web consoles etc.. and I get an error saying "Unable to connect to <remotehost:jndiport> the JNDI port is accessible. I am able to telnet to remotehost 1099.

Regards,
--Venkat.

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Hello Venkat,

The JBoss plugin uses JNDI and JMX to communicate with the JBoss server.
Therefore both the JNDI port and JMX subsystem are mandatory.

- Martin

Venkat Sonnathi wrote:

Hi,

I am trying to setup a run configuration for remote jboss server. It asks for JNDI port - is this required for remote debugging. Eclipse does not require this.

I am working with a customized install of JBoss which disables all the JMX and Web consoles etc.. and I get an error saying "Unable to connect to <remotehost:jndiport> the JNDI port is accessible. I am able to telnet to remotehost 1099.

Regards,
--Venkat.


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Martin Fuhrer
Fuhrer Engineering AG
http://www.fuhrer.com

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