Configuring Enterprise Application Servers In NetBeans IDE28 March 2007
NetBeans IDE has features for running enterprise applications. An Enterprise Application needs an application server or J2EE container to deploy the jar/war files. By default NetBeans come with a Sun’s application server but other application servers can be configured as well.
Here I will take example of configuring JBOSS server.
Step 2. Right click server icon and click “Add Server”. You will see following screen.
Step 1. Go to Server Perspective by clicking “Server” tab on IDE. You will see Following Screen.
Step 3. Select JBOSS, (Assumption : JBOSS is already installed in your system) . Select Home Directory of JBOSS Server and click “Next”. You will see the following window
Step 4. It will automatically detect settings of your JBOSS Application Server (port etc). You can change domain to all/default. Click “Finish” button. JBOSS will be added to the server tab where options for start, debug can be found to handle the server within IDE.
So now JBOSS is configured within NetBeans IDE and you can use it for deploying and running enterprise applications.
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It will look like this: Configuring Enterprise Application Servers In NetBeans IDE