1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 30, 2011 1:34 PM by Peter Johnson

    files on Jboss server

    Kate Farmindez Newbie

      Hi!

      I have a little problem with my Jboss application.

      I create some files but jboss is creating them in my linux home dir. What do I need to have those files somewhere in jboss/server/{domain}?b

        • 1. files on Jboss server
          Peter Johnson Master

          If you showed the code that you used to create the files, that would really help. And also mentioned hwre that code appears (within a servlet or web app, within an EJB, etc) Without that we are just guessing. Here are some fatcs that might help:

           

          * If you create a file using a relative path, that file will usually show up in the jboss/bin directory since that is the working directory.

          * To access files within a web app from a servlet, use ServletContext.getContextPath()

          * To access files in specific JBoss AS directories, use one of the jboss.server.* system properties, such as jboss.server.data.dir. You can see all of the system properties in the jmx-console via the jboss:type=Service,name=SystemProperties MBean