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From Sachin Patel <>
Subject Re: remotely deploy application within eclipse
Date Thu, 09 Feb 2006 21:50:01 GMT
New->Server works as well.

- sachin

On Feb 9, 2006, at 4:41 PM, Lin Sun wrote:

> Thanks for the clarification.  Following your instruction of  
> modifying an existing
> server, I was able to monitor the started status of my remote  
> server within a local
> eclipse.   I could not get this far when I used File--New--Other-- 
> Server to define a new
> geronimo server.  I got a red X at the page that allows user to  
> config rmi, http, admin
> userid and password.  Unfortunatelly there was no error message.
> I'll play more with the remote function.
> --- Sachin Patel <> wrote:
>> Yes it is supported.  I think your confusion lies in the WTP concept
>> of runtimes and servers.  The same concepts are applicable across all
>> servers, and this concept is nothing new Geronimo is introducing.
>> Runtimes are applied to projects which apply a JRE and a Classpath
>> Container that is targeted for a specific type and version of a
>> server.  Servers are what a given project containing a given runtime
>> deploy to. For most, if not all server types, defining a server
>> requires you to define a runtime as well, regardless if your server
>> is a local or remote server.  A remote server cannot be started from
>> within the adapter, but its state is automatically monitored and
>> synchronized (STOPPED, STARTING, STARTED), and in order to accomplish
>> this a local runtime is needed.
>> So if you want to deploy to a remote server, simply open the server
>> editor and modify the hostname.  If the server is already started,
>> wait a few seconds and the server state will update and you will be
>> ready to deploy as normal.  If stopped, then manually the start the
>> server and the server state in the servers view will update  
>> accordingly.
>> - sachin
>> On Feb 8, 2006, at 3:37 PM, Lin Sun wrote:
>>> Hi there,
>>> I have tried the remote deployment via deploy.bat and it worked
>>> very well.
>>> Now I am interested in remotely deploying my application within
>>> eclipse.  Is this
>>> supported?  It is not obvious to me how to do it.  I tried to
>>> define a new server, then
>>> typed my remote geronimo server's host name as server host name,
>>> selected geronimo as the
>>> server type and hit next.   However, the next screen asked me for
>>> application server
>>> install directory which I don't know  what to enter for a remote
>>> server.   I don't think
>>> I can finish defining a new server if the plugin cannot find the bin
>>> \server.jar file
>>> (finish button is greyed out).
>>> Thanks, Lin
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> thanks,
> Lin
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