IntelliJ JBoss Deployment - Non standard Ports

Hi,

I am trying to use the JBoss Integration plugin for two projects. Since I am deploying these application on separate instances of JBoss, I have configured one instance by changing the binding manager (http://docs.jboss.org/jbossas/jboss4guide/r4/html/ch10.html#ch10.bindingmanager).

The other is a standard installation. I can deploy my application with the standard install (I understand that JMX is used to for the deployment). When I change the port, the application does not deploy (assuming this is because the ports have change). Is there anyway to tell the plugin to use a different JMX port? Or have it read the configuration for the server that I am starting?

The way the plugin works would not normally cause a problem except that I need both applications to be running at the same time. They communicate to each other.

Michael

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Hi Michael,

The JMX port used for deployment is read from the server configuration
during server startup, and support for binding manager was introduced in
version 2.05 of the plugin.

So if your port configuration isn't recognized correctly, then I suppose
you're using some kind of configuration which isn't expected by the plugin.

In order to fix the problem could you please send me those files:
- conf/jboss-service.xml
- deploy/naming-service.xml (if any)
- deploy/binding-service.xml (if any)
- the binding configuration file

Martin

Michael Franz wrote:

Hi,

I am trying to use the JBoss Integration plugin for two projects. Since I am deploying these application on separate instances of JBoss, I have configured one instance by changing the binding manager (http://docs.jboss.org/jbossas/jboss4guide/r4/html/ch10.html#ch10.bindingmanager).

The other is a standard installation. I can deploy my application with the standard install (I understand that JMX is used to for the deployment). When I change the port, the application does not deploy (assuming this is because the ports have change). Is there anyway to tell the plugin to use a different JMX port? Or have it read the configuration for the server that I am starting?

The way the plugin works would not normally cause a problem except that I need both applications to be running at the same time. They communicate to each other.

Michael


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

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Here are the files you requested. I only have 2. This should be the same as what comes with a standard JBoss-3.2.7 installation.



Attachment(s):
jboss-service.xml
ports-bindings.xml
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Thanks for the files. Currently the plugin can't resolve a relative URL
to find the binding configuration file. Until this is fixed please
specify the complete path to ports-bindings.xml in jboss-service.xml
(attribute StoreURL of service binding manager configuration).

Michael Franz wrote:

Here are the files you requested. I only have 2. This should be the same as what comes with a standard JBoss-3.2.7 installation.


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

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Cool! I can deal with that.

Thank you

Michael

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