1- the jboss 7.1 Final started on the console.
2- also it worked fine with Eclipse 3.7 like this
But it failed to work with Jboss developer M5
IT keep try to starting (until time out) and when I try to stop it , it show error saying that jboss failed to stop
when I try for the next time to stop it, it stopped.
- when I doubled click the server I got this red error below, (But this worked fine with Eclipse with the same settings)
Okey so yes this is caused by AS7.1 changed the value used for ports to include a system property which M5 does not understand/honor.
It should though fallback to the default so that is weird.
but lets fix your current issue.
Simply uncheck "automatically detect" in the management section and type in 9999 instead manually.
Now save and try again.
Hi! I have same problem. System props:
-Jboss developer studio 5 M5 (32 bit Mac)
-Jboss as 7.1 Final (Thunder)
-Mac OS Lion
Server starts normally when i start from console.
I also tried above solutions but they didn't worked for me.
Max can you describe how you "changed the value used for ports to include a system property which M5 does not understand/honor" ?
EDIT: After changing to web port worked fine! Thanks.
After some testing i found that server cannot start normally when:
1-started clean server (succesfully)
!!! 4-started again server and here problem rises (need to start server from console and undeploy and again start "clean" server from eclipse)
I don't have problems now with these settings
So changing startup poller to "Web Port" solved problem.
May be JBoss 7 Manager Service not working properly? To work with JBoss 7 Manager Service from eclipse i needed to start server then deploy and before shutting down server undeploy so dev cycle looks like this:
start clean server
//work or test smth
Anyway changing poller solved problem for JBDS M5. Thanks for help!
i don't know solution...why don't you install JBDS? It has jboss tools and other "JBoss" features (Openshift, Getting started for CDI and other useful things) check out https://devstudio.jboss.com/download/