when i deploy a .war file or a .jar file it is deployed into a directory named "tmp" . i need to avoid that and need to deploy in an other directory other than tmp.
You might be looking for http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=ExplodedDeployment
hi jaikiran ,
thanks for the reply , but i wanted to know why JBOSS always create a tmp directory and deploys all the jars and wars in to that tmp directory ?
cant we customise that so that we can directly deploy our archives in to the DEPLOY directory ....
Thanks in advance
Sajith, jaikiran already answered your question. Did you read the wiki entry he referenced?
Yes , i did read the above article but unfortunately that didnlt solve my problem .. let me explain my problem again ..
I am deploying j2EE archives into the JBOSS server using IntelliJ IDEA 7.0 , where it has inbuilt support for JBOSS integration.. when i deploy the archives , those are not goes to the "default/deploy" directory , instead it goes to the "default/tmp/deploy" directory ...
I want to deploy those into the "default/deploy" directly.. I can do it manually , by just copying the files to the server directly.But i think there should be a way to do it directly from the IDE ..
I tried those deployments using NetBeans 6.0 , there i didnt have to face any problems , then relevant archives deployed into the "default/deploy" directory ....
so what is the reason behind this could be ?? is that a bug with IntelliJ IDEA or do i have to configure the JBOSS server ???
plese help me .. im so desperate ... :(
Thanks n Regds
Sorry, I don't use IDEA (or NetBeans), perhaps someone else out there does and can give you a suggestion.