1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 2, 2008 2:49 AM by jaikiran pai

    Steps to install Jboss tools in eclipse sdk

    praveena chalamcharla Newbie

      Hi all,

      I found a manual to install the jboss IDE plug in to the eclipse. http://www.devx.com/opensource/Article/20242/0/page/1

      But when I have followed this, I am not getting the updations properly. For identifying the bug while clustering jboss, I want to add the Jboss IDE plug in to the eclipse which already have tomcat running. When I am trying to do this, following the above doc, while I want to run jboss in debug mode, tomcat is starting immediately.

      I came to know that Jboss IDE is replaced with jboss tools. But let me know the steps to configure it exactly and properly in eclipse sdk, which have tomcat configured already in it.

      Or please let me know the actual configuration manual of JBossIDE-1.6.0.GA-Bundle-linux-gtk.

      I want to run jboss in debug mode. Also, Let me know the command for this. Or any particular steps to be followed if we are running with out eclipse?

      Pls let me know the doc to be refered for solving the above queries. Sorry for the drafting . Thanks for ur patience in reading the mail.


      Thanks ,
      Praveena.

        • 1. Re: Steps to install Jboss tools in eclipse sdk
          jaikiran pai Master

           

          "praveenas" wrote:

          I want to run jboss in debug mode. Also, Let me know the command for this. Or any particular steps to be followed if we are running with out eclipse?



          Praveena,

          I do not have experience using JBoss Tools. For debugging, i use plain Eclipse (without any additional plugins). Here's how i attach the debugger with Eclipse:

          Here's how attach a debugger through Eclipse:

          1) Edit the run.bat file of JBoss to use the following debug options (note the suspend=n option, this tells the server not to wait till the debugger attaches itself to the server ):


          set JAVA_OPTS=-Xdebug -Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,address=8787,server=y,suspend=n %JAVA_OPTS%
          



          2) Start the server from the command line, using the run.bat file.

          3) Once the server has completely started, i go to my (plain) Eclipse project and create a new "Remote Java Application" debug session (if it's not already created). In the "Port" text box i specify 8787 (the same as what i have in the run.bat). Then click on Debug.