I'vetried that earlier, using a mounted directory and compile and deploy via this.
Another option is to use X-server or even Remote Desktop.
From my experience the second option is faster as the compilation works local.
But at the end I work local
how many dir u hv to mount for compiling?
But this way even javac remotely resides, the process is local
No if you use the mount approach you need to have the project and jboss directory mounted.
Eclipse and java are running local, JBoss on the remote system.
If you want to run the processes remote you need to use an Xserver or RDesktop, than everything is running remote
I found an app named Hudson/jenkin it does remote compilation, and lives in app server.
I don't know how it work, but it seem do what I want
Take a look at it. If it helps u 2, let me know