6 Replies Latest reply on Mar 25, 2009 9:41 PM by xiang yingbing

    Where is the deployed files?

    xiang yingbing Master

      Hello,

      My environment: JBossTools3.0+Eclipse 3.4.2.

      I created a seam project named xxx, i want to deploy it as ear. When i deploy it to jboss, i find that i can visit the web, but can not find related xxx.ear and xxx-ds.xml in
      jboss-4.2.3.GA\server\default\deploy.

      By the way: JBosstools 2.1.1 deply my application xxx.ear to jboss-4.2.3.GA\server\default\deploy.

      Can anybody tell me how to make jbosstools3 deploy ear as jboss2.1.1???

      Thanks in advance!!!
      Thanks in advance!!!
      Thanks in advance!!!



        • 1. Re: Where is the deployed files?
          xiang yingbing Master

          I really want jbosstools3.0 show me the deplyed xxx.ear directory, because when i modify some pages, jbosstools synchronize it to jboss too slow.

          If i can find the .ear direcory, i can write an ant script to deply it automatically. What i need to do is just execute the .bat file.

          Any tips are appreciated.Thanks in advance again.

          • 2. Re: Where is the deployed files?
            Alexey Kazakov Master

             

            "ybxiang.china" wrote:
            I really want jbosstools3.0 show me the deplyed xxx.ear directory,

            JBoss Server View->Right Click On your ear module->Explore
            By default JBoss AS Tools deploy modules to workspace metadata folder but you can use JBoss Server deploy folder or custom one.
            See JBoss Server View->Double Click On JBoss Server-> See Deployment section.
            "ybxiang.china" wrote:
            because when i modify some pages, jbosstools synchronize it to jboss too slow.
            If i can find the .ear direcory, i can write an ant script to deply it automatically. What i need to do is just execute the .bat file.

            Hmm... JBoss AS Tools deploys only changed files. It should work quite fast.


            • 3. Re: Where is the deployed files?
              xiang yingbing Master

               

              "akazakov" wrote:
              "ybxiang.china" wrote:
              I really want jbosstools3.0 show me the deplyed xxx.ear directory,

              JBoss Server View->Right Click On your ear module->Explore
              By default JBoss AS Tools deploy modules to workspace metadata folder but you can use JBoss Server deploy folder or custom one.
              See JBoss Server View->Double Click On JBoss Server-> See Deployment section.
              "ybxiang.china" wrote:
              because when i modify some pages, jbosstools synchronize it to jboss too slow.
              If i can find the .ear direcory, i can write an ant script to deply it automatically. What i need to do is just execute the .bat file.

              Hmm... JBoss AS Tools deploys only changed files. It should work quite fast.


              Thank you very much!!!
              I love JBossTools, love all in jboss.com!!!

              • 4. Re: Where is the deployed files?
                xiang yingbing Master

                I can always find answer here.
                I really love here!!!

                ^_^

                • 5. Re: Where is the deployed files?
                  Max Rydahl Andersen Master

                  btw. if you find the autodeploy slow then double click the server and change the automatic deploy delay to a lower value.

                  The default in WTP is 15 seconds which we unfortunately forgot to set to muuch lower on our adapter (i.e. 0 or 1 second). We will fix that in the next update.

                  • 6. Re: Where is the deployed files?
                    xiang yingbing Master

                     

                    "max.andersen@jboss.com" wrote:
                    btw. if you find the autodeploy slow then double click the server and change the automatic deploy delay to a lower value.

                    The default in WTP is 15 seconds which we unfortunately forgot to set to muuch lower on our adapter (i.e. 0 or 1 second). We will fix that in the next update.


                    Max, your suggestion is really helpful to me!!!
                    Now, JBossTools 3 is good enough to me!!!
                    I really love JBossTools and your team!!!
                    Your job is great!!!