2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 15, 2006 1:33 AM by Kamal El Bedraoui

    JBossWeb - how do I configure?

    Mark Ricard Newbie

      I see the release version is out for JBossWeb. What I don't see is how it it is configured to handle static content, etc. I watched the webinar, and they talk about what it can do but not how to set it up.

      Do you have any links? We want to use it to front our AppServer running on a different machine. Do we simply copy the war over to it and make sure it participates in the JBoss cluster? Or is there something else?

        • 1. Re: JBossWeb - how do I configure?
          Kamal El Bedraoui Newbie

          Hi,

          Just copy the war into the default server deploy directory even if the server is running, it should work.

          I have a problem configuring the server itself so it s running as a daemon and also i want to change the default port to port 80.
          It s true there is no documentation about how to configure the server. It seems to use the jboss-service.xml file .. but reading it doesnt help.
          I am more familiar to Tomcat and Jetty so i ll wait a bit to get those info published at http://www.jboss.com/products/jbossweb
          Or if you have any clue, it would be great if you can post them.

          Kamal

          • 2. Re: JBossWeb - how do I configure?
            Kamal El Bedraoui Newbie

            I just found out that the ports can be configured there :
            $JBOSS_HOME/server/default/deploy/jbossweb.sar/server.xml

            [q]What I don't see is how it it is configured to handle static content[/q]
            I guess all the requests that are not mapped to a servlet are handled automatically by the apache module.