I have the same problem. In JBossIDE 1.5 there was a tab pane in the server configuration named "Shutdown" where I put the program argument:
That "Shutdown" register is missing in JBossIDE 2.0Beta1.
It would be very nice to get it again;-)
put it in our jira so Rob will see it everyday ;)
Actually, this seems to be done already:
But I must be blind because even after upgrading to version 2.0.0 beta1 yesterday, I cannot find any setting for the jndi port in the configuration.
At least not in the JBoss IDE configuration dialogue. When I create a new JBoss server with the Eclipse 3.2 build-in dialogue there is a field for specifying the jndi port but changing the default port 1099 doesn't seem to have any consequence.
I still get an error message like "can't connect to port 1099" when trying to shut down the server.
Any ideas, please?
This has been added in cvs about a week or two ago.
In the currently released version, it still by default just used -S for its shutdown arguments, and you had no ability to change that. It did not use the JNDI port. In the CVS version, you can change the shutdown arguments entirely to your choosing.
Okay, thanks for the answer.
I was just confused because the JIRA entry said fix version 2.0.0.Beta1 and I couldn't find the setting anywhere.
Sorry, no offence ;)