1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 6, 2004 6:11 AM by Dietmar Scheidl

    How set the JBoss 3.2 in service of the Windows 2000?

    gugaucb Newbie

      I'm try set the JBoss 3.2 to start in the service of windows 2000? Anybody know how set this?

        • 1. Re: How set the JBoss 3.2 in service of the Windows 2000?
          Dietmar Scheidl Newbie

          Hi,

          have a look at:

          http://www.alexandriasc.com/software/JavaService/index.html

          That's the way we added JBoss to the services.

          We have a small batch file which helps installing and uninstalling the service:

          @echo off
          if "%1" == "uninstall" goto uninstall
          if "%1" == "-uninstall" goto uninstall
          if "%1" == "" goto usage
          if "%2" == "" goto usage
          if "%3" == "" goto usage
          if "%1" == "-help" goto usage
          if "%1" == "-?" goto usage
          if "%1" == "/?" goto usage
          
          
          :install
          JavaService.exe -install JBoss %1\jre\bin\%3\jvm.dll -Djava.class.path=%1\lib\tools.jar;%2\bin\run.jar -start org.jboss.Main -stop org.jboss.Main -method systemExit -out %2\bin\out.txt -current %2\bin
          goto eof
          
          :uninstall
          JavaService.exe -uninstall JBoss
          goto eof
          
          :usage
          echo -------- To Install JBoss 3.2 do
          echo Usage: %0 jdk_home jboss_home (classic/hotspot/server)
          echo NOTE: You MAY NOT use spaces in the path names. If you know how
          echo to fix this, please tell me.
          echo JDK 1.3 does not come with hotpot server by default, you must
          echo install this seperately if you wish to use it.
          echo Example: %0 c:\progra~1\jdk c:\progra~1\jboss30 hotspot
          echo --------
          
          echo -------- To Uninstall JBoss 3.0 do
          echo Usage: %0 uninstall
          echo --------
          
          goto eof
          
          :eof


          Regards,
          Didi