1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 28, 2002 10:01 PM by Wessel de Roode

    JBoss3.0+Tomcat4.0.3 on Linux installation

    Manash Ranjan Pradhan Newbie

      I have downloaded Jboss3.0 bundled with Tomcat4.0.3 from JBoss.org for Red Hat Linux. After extracting the binaries I could successfully run Jboss and see the home page while accessing from browser with port:8082. I am also able to run tomcat by running the catalina.sh script and see the tomcat home page from my browser. I have the following questions:
      1. How do EJBs operate from JSPs deployed in catalina?

      2. How do I integrate Apache with the middle tier to make it a web server?Which version of Apache should I download? And how should i integrate it with JBoss and Tomcat bundle.
      Someone please help me, I am struggling since a week.

        • 1. Re: JBoss3.0+Tomcat4.0.3 on Linux installation
          Wessel de Roode Newbie

          > I have downloaded Jboss3.0 bundled with Tomcat4.0.3
          > from JBoss.org for Red Hat Linux. After extracting
          > the binaries I could successfully run Jboss and see
          > the home page while accessing from browser with
          > port:8082. I am also able to run tomcat by running
          > the catalina.sh script and see the tomcat home page
          > from my browser.
          ?? As far as I know is that the catalina server is booted as soon as you start up the Jboss server with the script run.sh
          The server is empty so you should get an error looking at http://localhost:8080/
          A good starting point is the QuickStart manual for 3.0 at the sourceforge.net site.

          > I have the following questions:
          > 1. How do EJBs operate from JSPs deployed in
          > catalina?
          Within the same VM. That's the advantage of this bundel.
          >
          > 2. How do I integrate Apache with the middle tier to
          > make it a web server?Which version of Apache should I
          > download? And how should i integrate it with JBoss
          > and Tomcat bundle.
          See quicksart documentation, you don't need an extra webserver. Catalina does the job for you all the way. But only if you need to mix php scripts with jsp etc it could be usefull to install an extra webserver (imho) You could also use the JBoss_jetty combination. that's also a webserver & Jboss server combined.
          See the quickstart documentation for examples.

          > Someone please help me, I am struggling since a week.
          Good luck! I'm in the same struggel, but it's getting better and better :-))
          http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/jboss/JBoss.3.0QuickStart.Draft3.pdf?download

          Knf!
          Wessel
          PS Use the new release of JBoss3.0.1 it saves you a lot of trouble.