If JBoss JMX invoker is secured, i.e. in jmx-invoker-service.xml the following
line is NOT commented:
then Netbeans does not know that the server is started, as a result, application
cannot be redeployed from Netbeans without manually stopping the server.
I think that Netbeans should ask for username and password, this would work in
BTW, Eclipse WebTools have also problems with this...
Could you please provide the exact configuration of your JBoss server (the
version, how it was installed - archive/jar, your security settings, etc.)?
My JBoss version is 4.0.5, installed using JAR installer in EJB 3.0
configuration. JMX invoker was secured using standard method:
When JMX invoker was secured, then Netbeans was unable to detect if server is
running and to shutdown the server, which is ok, because in order to do this
things while invoker is secured, you need to give username and password.
Netbeans should detect that JMX invoker is secured and if yes, should ask for
username and password - this could be also added to the server configuration in
Thanks for the explanation and suggestions. It is more an enhacement than a bug
and hopefully we are able to implement it within the NB6.0 time frame.
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