Now that we have the jbossesb-server, there is no more need to use the 'standalone bootstrapper', and we've started to remove it from the examples. However not all docs may have been touched. Just run the 'deploy' target and run the jbossesb-server.
If you still want to use the bootstrapper you can look in the for instance the aggregator quickstart.
Thanks Kurt - that's too easy. ;-)
Just wondering - are most users these days running the ESB server? Or running ESB thru an existing AS install?
I really have no insite in what people use, but since the esb-server is new since the last release (4.2MR1), you would think most people use the AppServer. However since the jbossesb-server is preconfigured with JBossMessaging it is probably a lot easier to get started. So my guess is that people will shift to use the jbossesb-server. Also since the esb is distributed technolgy some may actually use both, i.e. if some services need ejb3 or something.
The good thing is that the deployment of the .esb archives is identical so it is easy to switch between the too.