Are their installation instructions? Does it auto-create your database tables, or is there supposed to be a ddl included?
it is bundled with hsqldb an embeded sql server. the database is already prefilled with default values.
that means you download it, then you unzip, then you click on bin/run.(sh|bat) and that's it.
point next your browser to localhost:8080
This has to be one of the easiest installs I have ever come across - well done, looking forward to further development
thanks, that is the goal, and that's jboss philosophy.
if I am using windows 98, and have this error
"java home is not set"? Just to let you know I saw an article in postnuke forums and I have decided to learn this as a solution to an intranet. I am sorry for the newbie questions but I am not used to this environment... thanks for any help you can give me...
probably you have to set the java home var in the autoexec.bat to the current jdk.
I am new to all of this. Do I need a Java component or something? and how do I do what you said? Or where can I get the basic newbie install info?
THIS message is for any postnukers who want to bridge the gap and come over into JBOSS territory.
The documentation was a little rough and it took about six hours to read through, but I got it...
ok, so I got the nuke up and running. I figured out that you need J2E from java.sun.com.
I got the software and installed the jdk1.3.1_08
I then changed the JAVA_HOME to jdk1.3.1_08
by going into ms dos and typing "set JAVA_HOME=C:\jdk1.3.1_08" and then I pointed my browser to my ip address of the internal tcp/ip address. I tried http://localhost:8080 but that did not work. I could not go to any web pages internal or outside firewall while it was running... SO...
I went to another pc down the hall and typed in the address and viola it worked. I will now set out to learn the rest of the story as to how this whole jtee/Jboss web/jboss nuke thing works.
Does anyone know where all the php files are? And where are the modules and blocks dir folders? It doesn't look much like the postnuke model...