sorry....i don't understand what you want to do......your web application starts or no?
Sorry for not being specific.
I put my ear file in the default/deploy directory.
Inside the ear file, I have some war files for my web applications.
I am only interested in one war module.
When I started JBoss server, it successfully deployed that war module, but did not start it.
That's why I have to bring up JBoss console and manually invoke start method for that web application.
I do have other modules in that ear file and one module (another separate war file) has problems.
My question is, does JBoss server automatically start all your web applications in the deployed ear file? or do I have to set up something to tell JBoss server to start them for me?
If you have faulty archives in the ear it has probably caused the deployment process to halt, this is the correct behviour and there are even plans to completely roll back deployments if part of it fails.
You have two options: -
1 - Fix your modules that are failing deployment.
2 - Remove the modules that are failing deployment.
Thanks a lot.
You guys are awesome!