|Re: JBoss, birt.war - deploy own report - how? [message #103824 is a reply to message #103681]
||Wed, 04 January 2006 09:28
| mr. burns
Registered: July 2009
not really helpful what you wrote. But thanks anyway.
The birt.war comes with the installation of BIRT and contains only the
This I can deploy easily to JBoss. But how can I deploy my own report?
Should I modify the original birt.war and delete the test.rptdesign file and
add my own *.rptdesign file and deploy to JBoss again?
Should I copy my *.rptdesign file in the temporary folder where JBoss
extracted the birt.war?
So what is the correct way to do?
To answer your question, I use
Eclipse 3.1.0 Build ID I20050627-1435
I installed the JBoss under SuSE Linux 9.3 like described in the
documentation on www.jboss.org. I used the shell sript in the jboss/bin
directory, modified it like described in the skript to run it as demon.
Then, when JBoss is running you can just copy the birt.war into the
(where jboss is the path to your JBoss root directory from installation)
After a few seconds JBoss recognized this new application automatically and
you can access BIRT using a webbrowser with following URL:
where yourlocalhostip is the IP of your JBoss server IP
Hope that helps,
"srini" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> As per the documentation you have to put your .rptdesign file in WEB-INF
> folder and redeploy it. By the why how did you deploy it in jboss? Can you
> write down the step by step procedure? including which versions of s/w you
> are using like jdk,birt,jboss...etc.
|Re: JBoss, birt.war - deploy own report - how? [message #105130 is a reply to message #104912]
||Thu, 05 January 2006 22:07
| Jason Weathersby
Registered: July 2009
Sorry for the confusion.|
I have not used JBoss that much.
If you use the path as I explained earlier it uses where the context is
On JBoss this may be temp. You may have to rewar the birt.war file, but I
would think there would be an easier way.
Next week I will try this with JBoss.
"Mr. Burns" <Mr._Burns@web.de> wrote in message
> Hello Jason,
> thanks for your reply, bt (sorry) I cannot really follow.
> I have the birt.war deployed to JBoss, and I can find the birt directory
> somewhere like D:\bossroot\deploy\tmp\deploy\tmp38339birt-exp.war
> But this directory is temporary and disappears after I stop the JBoss
> server again, so if I use a absolute path like you wrote my *.rptdesign
> file is deleted as well after I stop the JBoss.
> Sorry for bothering you again, but can you explain more detailed or give
> an example?
> Thanks a lot!
> "Jason Weathersby" <email@example.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
>> You should be able to specify a location ie
>> /myreports/myfirstreport.rptdesign in the URL.
>> It should be in relation to your context.
>> "Mr. Burns" <Mr._Burns@web.de> wrote in message
>>> I finally got the JBoss working successfully. Also to deploy the
>>> birt.war was successfull and I got the test.rptdesign report working
>>> My question now, how can I deploy my own BIRT report now?
>>> Do I have to add it to the birt.war archieve and deploy the birt.war to
>>> JBoss again?
>>> Whats the right way?
>>> Thanks for any help!
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