I'm not sure if this is solution is applicable to your situation, but I was having trouble with the web console as well in Windows XP. Here's what I did to fix it, it may be something you can try.
Create a new file called applet.jsp with the following contents:
<html> <head> </head> <body> <p> <applet width="100%" height="100%" code="org.jboss.console.navtree.AppletBrowser" archive="applet.jar,jboss-common.jar" > <!-- An empty refresh value disables the background refresh thread --> <param name="RefreshTime" value=""> <param name="SessionId" value="<%=request.getSession().getId()%>"> <param name="PMJMXName" value="jboss.admin:service=PluginManager"> </applet> </p> </body> </html>
1. stop the container
2. Copy the file applet.jsp to <jboss-home>\server\default\deploy\management\console-mgr.sar\web-console.war\
3. Copy jboss-common.jar from <jboss-home>\lib\jboss-common.jar to <jboss-home>\server\default\deploy\management\console-mgr.sar\web-console.war\
4. restart the container
Good luck, hope this helps!
Yet-Again No web console, and about 50 posts all with different ideas on how to fix it.
Gee, how about 1 friggin How-To-Fix-WebConsole from jboss peeps?
C'mon, i see posts going all the way back to 2003 on this, yet 4.0.4.GA don't work either, the applet.jar issue with IMarshalledValue that is...
Lets do it, right here, right now: How-to-fix-webconsole?
Also, lets talk a little about the web-console, and about jmx-console ...
Plz my brethren jboss folks, take a moment and look at your console design, maaaan ... you couldn't pay me to make such ugly azz stuff.
Its like you were hit over the head with a club as you coded up the page.
Or you were paid to make it as lame as possible by brilliant anti-aesthetes.
Or you're sense of style is so out there that only a cyclop with bifoculs would enjoy it.
Which one is it buddies?
I suppose the $250ML from redhat didn't acquire you a couple of mac guys in black tshirts that could do this stuff in their sleep...