2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 9, 2005 10:47 AM by Pablo Javier Santa Cruz Cosp

    Server/all - default - minimal directories

    Colin Berrouard Newbie

      Hi,

      First, I want to know, if we can use others directories Server/all - default - minimal. If yes, how do I proceed to make and use my own drectories.

      Second, it is possible to have his own application directory to deploy many applications.
      I want to deploy 5 applications in different directory, to get structured, and three of them will use common EJB. How can I structure directories on Jboss Server?

      My pleasure,

      Colin Berrouard

        • 1. Re: Server/all - default - minimal directories
          Pablo Javier Santa Cruz Cosp Newbie

          Of course you can.

          Just start JBOSS as:

          $ ./run.sh -d [new_directory_you_want_instead_of_default]

          For more information:

          $ ./run.sh -h

          usage: run.sh [options]

          options:
          -h, --help Show this help message
          -V, --version Show version information
          -- Stop processing options
          -D[=] Set a system property
          -d, --bootdir= Set the boot patch directory; Must be absolute or url
          -p, --patchdir= Set the patch directory; Must be absolute or url
          -n, --netboot= Boot from net with the given url as base
          -c, --configuration= Set the server configuration name
          -j, --jaxp= Set the JAXP impl type (ie. crimson)
          -B, --bootlib= Add an extra library to the front bootclasspth
          -L, --library= Add an extra library to the loaders classpath
          -C, --classpath= Add an extra url to the loaders classpath
          -P, --properties= Load system properties from the given url
          -b, --host=<host or ip> Bind address for all JBoss services


          • 2. Re: Server/all - default - minimal directories
            Pablo Javier Santa Cruz Cosp Newbie

            Of course you can.

            Just start JBOSS as:

            $ ./run.sh -d [new_directory_you_want_instead_of_default]

            For more information:

            $ ./run.sh -h

            usage: run.sh [options]

            options:
            -h, --help Show this help message
            -V, --version Show version information
            -- Stop processing options
            -D[=] Set a system property
            -d, --bootdir= Set the boot patch directory; Must be absolute or url
            -p, --patchdir= Set the patch directory; Must be absolute or url
            -n, --netboot= Boot from net with the given url as base
            -c, --configuration= Set the server configuration name
            -j, --jaxp= Set the JAXP impl type (ie. crimson)
            -B, --bootlib= Add an extra library to the front bootclasspth
            -L, --library= Add an extra library to the loaders classpath
            -C, --classpath= Add an extra url to the loaders classpath
            -P, --properties= Load system properties from the given url
            -b, --host=<host or ip> Bind address for all JBoss services