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    Creating a custom server configuration


    JBoss is not limited to the existing default server configurations.  You

    can create a custom server configuration that suits your needs best.   It's easiest to start with an existing configuration.  In the server directory, copy the ServerConfiguration directory that is closest to your needs.  For example, if you weren&146;t interested in using messaging,  you could copy the default directory and then remove the deploy/jms subdirectory, which contains all the JMS related services.


    The name of the new directory you created is the name of the server configuration.  You will need to pass the server configuration name to instruct JBoss to use the new configuration.  For example, if your new configuration directory is named "myconfig" then you would need to start JBoss using "run -c myconfig".