If the application is deployed through management console and CLI utility it goes under $JBOSS_HOME/standalone/data directory.
Thank you very much Abhijit Humbe for your quick reply!
When I look in the directory that you indicated I did not find it.
But your answer led me to perform a search in all the subdirectories of the wildfly (Before it I did not know if the deployment copied it into the structure of the wildfly or left it from where I had done the deploy)
In short, thanks to your answer I found it in the %WILDFLY_HOME%\standalone\temp\ directory!!
And the new questions are:
Should I do anything to get my war file to pass from %WILDFLY_HOME%\standalone\temp\ directory to %WILDFLY_HOME%\standalone\data\ ?
Is there something wrong with my installation? I use: WildFly 10.0 Final in WIndows 10
Thanks in advance!!
Users may deploy in two ways
- manually copy files to deployments directory (only standalone mode)
- use web console or jboss-cli to upload deployment, this mechanism will upload archives and will store it under directories named with hash number and will rename the archibe to "content", as this example:
You can look at domain.xml for the deployments section
<deployment name="wildfly-helloworld.war" runtime-name="wildfly-helloworld.war">
You can retrieve the archive from data directory, but I would not trust files from temp directories,
Thank you Claudio Miranda 4 your reply!
I perform the manual deployment of the oracle driver (odbc6.jar) and the deployment of my application through the browser on port 9990 and both work very well!
I agree with you that we can not rely on temporary directories, because of this I want to verify that the directory where my application was deployed
(%WILDFLY_HOME%\standalone\tmp) is correct in the windows 10 environment and the wildfly version 10.0 final
Here are the files I have found:
El volumen de la unidad C es Windows
El número de serie del volumen es: FC9F-0C95
Directorio de C:\wildfly10\standalone\tmp
15/08/2017 04:38 p. m. <DIR> .
15/08/2017 04:38 p. m. <DIR> ..
11/08/2017 03:38 p. m. <DIR> auth
15/08/2017 05:01 p. m. <DIR> openspecimen.war
15/08/2017 04:38 p. m. 21 startup-marker
15/08/2017 04:37 p. m. <DIR> vfs
1 archivos 21 bytes
I think the ../opt directory is proper Of linux environments.
I think the ../opt directory (you indicated) is specific to linux environments...Am I wrong?
Actually ... I want to know if my installation has something wrongly configured, because it's working fine, but in the %WILDFLY_HOME%\standalone\tmp directory.
%WILDFLY_HOME% is set to: C:\wildfly10
> I think the ../opt directory (you indicated) is specific to linux environments...Am I wrong?
Correct, linux and windows differs in the path separator.
> Actually ... I want to know if my installation has something wrongly configured, because it's working fine, but in the %WILDFLY_HOME%\standalone\tmp directory.
Look in the WILDFLY_HOME/log/server.log if there are error messages.
The tmp directory is used only for temporary data, not sure what information you want to extract from there.
During runtime the enabled war files are exploded by vfs in the tmp directory. Those files will be deleted on stop / restart / disable.
The reference content is in the content data directory for recreating the tmp files.