Is this a question that is too dumb to answer? With so many downloads one should expect that there is someone out there with this answer...
This is a DNS/Hostname resolution configuration issue that really has nothing to do with jboss.
eeeh... ok... how do I set the patch on a DNS server? or more to the point: how do I access JBoss from a browser after using the run-script without using the localhost argument in the browser?
I am glad that I have plenty of things to occupy myself with and does not have a due-date, because answer to questions here are rather slow...
Scott Starsk who is the CEO of JBoss took time to answer you, you should listen to him so you wouldn't complain that nobody answers your unrelated question.
Having a domain name poiting to an IP address has nothing to do with JBoss. What you want to do is only a matter of DNS it depends on your hardware configuration (network) and OS you are running.
Look at DNS resources like http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/DNS-HOWTO.html
CTO not CEO, sorry.
I have a domain which works ok, but I rephrased the question which wasn't answered. I am sorry for using your time on things that is propobly explained in detail in documents, but as I said: I am sick and tired of reading manuals.
A rephrased question for the second time: How do I access my started JBoss-server without using http://localhost:8080? I have tried to use http://<My Ip-Adress> without results. I need this to
1) To test without the localhost-setting. (Does it actually work when the server is running)
2) To set up JBoss to reply when it is invoked from a browser using http://<My Domain>
Correct me if I am wrong, but I don't think this is a DNS-issue...
http://<My Ip-Adress>:8080 should work
If it doesn't then your test 1) fail. and you should look at network issue (firewall ?, ...)
If you want to change the server port to standard 80 instead of 8080 in JBoss, it's explained here: http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=ChangeWebServerPort
your point 2) is a matter of DNS
This is exactly the resources I am looking for.