2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 6, 2002 10:31 AM by Patrick Burleson

    http://net.jboss.org/fake.war

    Patrick Burleson Newbie

      Starting this morning (or maybe I didn't notice last night when I got started) there is a stacktrace thrown at server startup for run -c all when it comes to startup Axis. It fails trying to deploy http://net.jboss.org/fake.war. Now, I have tried to reach net.jboss.org and that's a dead end. And I can't find in the config files where Jboss is referencing this war file. Anyone out there know how to get JBoss to stop trying to deploy it?

      Thanks,
      Patrick

        • 1. Re: http://net.jboss.org/fake.war
          gernot Newbie

          if you don't want to use axis just delete the jboss-net.sar file from your deploy directory.

          c.u.
          gernot

          • 2. Re: http://net.jboss.org/fake.war
            Patrick Burleson Newbie

            Thanks for the reply, but that doesn't really answer my question. You are assuming I don't want to use axis. I am trying out all things with JBoss and I find it amazing that somewhere, or at least I believe this, there is a hardcoded place that the fake.war is trying to be loaded. On my system at work, trying to load this file causes a 60 second pause.

            The reason I think it is hardcoded to try and load this file is because doing a search for "fake.war jboss" (without the quotes) on Google turns up 2 commits to CVS that show it in the code. What does JBoss do this?

            Thanks,
            Patrick