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Did you ever figure out how to run jboss within intellij much like you can run tomcat?

If so, could you send me mail: rlight@internap.com

thanks.

-Bob

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Download the JBoss Integration plugin through plugin manager (Settings
-> Plugins -> Available), take a look at the tutorial at
http://www.fuhrer.com/en/jbossplugin/index.html, and start developing
with JBoss.

Robert Light wrote:

Did you ever figure out how to run jboss within intellij much like you can run tomcat?

If so, could you send me mail: rlight@internap.com

thanks.

-Bob


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

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+1

This plugin makes other editor's plugin look antiquated.

Martin Fuhrer wrote:

Download the JBoss Integration plugin through plugin manager (Settings
-> Plugins -> Available), take a look at the tutorial at
http://www.fuhrer.com/en/jbossplugin/index.html, and start developing
with JBoss.

>

Robert Light wrote:

>> Did you ever figure out how to run jboss within intellij much like
>> you can run tomcat?
>>
>> If so, could you send me mail: rlight@internap.com
>>
>> thanks.
>>
>> -Bob
>

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I want to deploy the app in exploded mode, but it seems the plugin can only deploy in WAR mode. So if I forgot to check the gernerate .war file, deployment will fail. Anything I did wrong?

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I want to deploy the app in exploded mode, but it
seems the plugin can only deploy in WAR mode. So if I
forgot to check the gernerate .war file, deployment
will fail. Anything I did wrong?


There's no limitation from the plugin:

a) In local mode you should rename your directory to e.g. exploded.war, since JBoss needs the file extension to choose the appropriate deployer.

b) In remote mode IDEA doesn't allow you to deploy from an exploded directory. IMHO this is an unnecessary limitation which should be removed. Please vote for it at http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEABKL-2695 .

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