3 Replies Latest reply on Nov 25, 2003 12:44 AM by patrick

    Working Offline

    kipfizh Newbie

      This might sound like a very silly question, but is it possible to browse through applications in jboss ear file, while not connected to the web?

      I have various applications which up to now I have browsed to using http://localhost:8080/appname/servlet?name=value

      as an example.

      Is there a way of doing this offline? I have started to use an offline computer but it wants to connect to the net even though jboss is running on the local machine.

      Is this possible? (jboss 3.0.4)

      Pete

        • 1. Re: Working Offline
          martin_kersten Newbie

          It is possible but the TCP/IP services has to be available. Therefore try to use your online computer and remove the cable to your network-card. Your TCP/IP services are still available (and JBoss can connect to localhost) but the 'outside' is dark now.

          Just use a computer having a network-card installed.

          • 2. Re: Working Offline
            kipfizh Newbie

            I'm not quite sure what you mean - is this right:

            The computer is running Windows 98 SE and jboss 3.0.4. It has no modem and is not internet ready.

            It does have a netgear network card which has TCP/IP set up correctly.

            I unplugged the network cable, leaving the card installed, ran jboss and used IE to connect to http://localhost:8080/......

            IE instantly closed, to be replaced by 'MSN Internet setup', which says I have to start by installing a modem.

            Is this necessary? Do I need a modem? Or have I misunderstood what you meant?

            Thanks,
            Pete

            • 3. Re: Working Offline
              patrick Novice

              That is not a jboss thing but a microsoft thing.

              It is solvable but i do not know how any more