This is a standalone installation that contains a stripped down jbossas installation.
This version does not contain a server and would be used if you already have a JBossAS installation.
The next logical step was to try the samples, but without actual knowledge of which folder is which I'm just blindly following the examples and seeing several consoles waking up. Not really knowing what has been started and why.
I would start with the jbossesb-server if you have already downloaded it. Start the server from the bin directory and then try out some of the quickstart from the samples directory.
If you haven't already you might want to checkout the http://anonsvn.jboss.org/repos/labs/labs/jbossesb/tags/JBESB_4_3_GA/product/docs/GettingStarted.pdf
Thank you for your response, I will do exactly as you proposed
I am facing (propably a minor) problem when studying the quickstart samples in Eclipse IDE.
I created a eclipse project for each sample I am interested in. Which jar-files should I include in the build path of each sample's eclipse project to get the sources to compile. Where to find (for example) these class-files?...
I just don't seem to be able to find the correct jar files anywhere (a bit embarrassing, really)
Thanks for your help, again :)
using the jbossesb-server binary you can find the jar located in:
The classes that you mentioned can be found in jbossesb-rosetta.jar.