2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 20, 2006 4:12 PM by Jay Glass

    Do you really use 3.2.5 version for compiling JBOSS_CS_1_0_M

    Ron Jawanda Novice

      I read the section for building the source for collab server
      This is to build the JBOSS_CS_1_0_M5 revision

      It says point JBOSS_HOME to a version 3.2.5.RC2 build.
      Can this be correct?
      Thanks
      Ron

        • 1. Re: Do you really use 3.2.5 version for compiling JBOSS_CS_1
          Andrew Oliver Master

          Where is that? I probably just forgot to update a doc. You need 4.0.4CR2 for the branch.

          • 2. Re: Do you really use 3.2.5 version for compiling JBOSS_CS_1
            Jay Glass Novice

            readme.txt states:

            === Installing in an EXISTING JBoss Application Server ===

            This release requires JBoss 4.0.3SP1 or later with EJ3 RC5-PFD patches (included in 4.0.4+). This distribution
            includes 4.0.4RC2. On the next screen you will be asked for your Installation Directory. Select the
            JBoss Application Server's HOME directory (aka JBOSS_HOME) where you find the bin and server sub directories.
            Although it is possible to remap these, the installer assumes the default directory structure is used.

            === Installing with a NEW JBoss Application Server ===

            This release includes JBossAS 4.0.4RC2. Merely select the installation directory, accept the
            JBoss Application Server pack and continue. You should use "default" as your server configuration. If you
            need a different JBAS configuration for integration with other components, it is best that you install in an
            existing/configured by you instance. We have thinned out alternative configurations in order to keep the
            size of the download relatively reasonable.