You are confusing the JBoss Web Server (which is at version 1.0 and supports PHP) with the JBoss Application Server (which is at version 4.0.5 and does not support PHP).
Let me ask this then. We are a standard java/jsp web application that is running on jboss 4. We have some php scripts we need to be able to run from our application. Our backend will actually call them and pass them data and the php scripts will then go do there work and return the result in the http request/reply. How coudl this be accomplished with jboss 4? Is the only way to do this to run a sperate instance of apache configured for php and call the scripts that way?
thanks for any help anybody has, this problem has been haunting me now for a few weeks.
As far as I know, running php in a separate apache httpd instance is the only way of running php with JBoss AS 4.0.x.
I need to run PHP on JBoss Application Server.
Could anyone help me please?