3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 2, 2012 3:20 PM by Wolf-Dieter Fink

    Jboss configuration settings

    subhakar99 Newbie

      Hi

        I am using jboss 5.0 on linux machine.I am new to this jboss.We are changing the jboss server from one network to another network.The Ip adress and the host name of the machine will be changed.So where should i change the configuration settings i.e, the host name and the ipadress.So that the clients and the server will communicate each other with out any error.

       

      Thanks

      srini

        • 1. Re: Jboss configuration settings
          Wolf-Dieter Fink Master

          On server side it depends on how the server is started. You might bind against '0.0.0.0' (start option -b of run.sh, I don't know whether this is the default in AS5.0) which mean all available interfaces.

          In this case on server side there is nothing to do.

           

          On the client side depends on the type of clients.

          - Rich client with EJB access might have a propertyfile 'jndi.properties' or even a customized config (where the community can not help)

          - If it is a web application you must find out the topologie

            - change apache configuration if its used as loadbalancer

            - change forwarding if there is a translation of extern=>intern IP address

           

           

          - Wolf

          • 2. Re: Jboss configuration settings
            subhakar99 Newbie

            The adress is already binded in  jboss_init_QA.sh file.So we just start the server.I haven't configured the jboss server.I guess we are having EJb.i am not sure.is there is any way that  we can find out which type of clients  are running

             

            Thanks

            sunkara

            • 3. Re: Jboss configuration settings
              Wolf-Dieter Fink Master

              That depends on your application, sorry here the community can not really help

               

              You might inspect the deployed (custom) applications.

              If you have WAR or EAR (that include WAR) you may have a web application and this is used by a browser or apache frontend (but also might have rich-clients).

              If you have only JAR or EAR (that include NO WAR) it looks like a pur EJB application with rich-clients.

               

              So you have to find out with the application and network  administrator.