I'm pretty clueless when it comes to JBoss. I didn't set it up myself.
We have a JBOSS server set up at work that I have remote access to via SFTP.
It is constantly listening to the jboss-5.1.0.GA/server/default/deploy/ directory for any changes. And I want to upload my EAR file into it.
The problem is, I can't find the EAR file in my local JBoss directory. It's just not there.
The way I have Eclipse set up to use JBoss is a little different from everyone else in the office. I installed the JBoss Tools Eclipse plugins before adding the JBoss 5.1 Runtime server as a server in my workspace. Therefore, when I am inside my Eclipse's "New Server" dialog, there are two folders: one labelled JBoss and one labelled JBoss community. Everyone else at work did not install JBoss tools Eclipse plugin, and they did not have the JBoss community folder available. Therefore they added their servers as "JBoss v5.0" servers even though they're actually using 5.1. I added my server as "JBoss AS 5.1" server from the JBoss Community folder, and I am enjoying a lot of benefits that my co-workers do not enjoy.
However, now I want to copy my EAR file onto the remote server to host my changes on the remote server. I can't find the EAR file on my local machine.
It's not in my c:\jboss-5.1.0.GA\server\default\deploy\ directory, and in fact I can't find it anywhere.