Setup for WA1370 after JBoss Admin WA1364
The following instructions describe how to setup machines for WA1370
Performance Tuning if WA1364
JBoss Application Server v4 Administration has
These instructions assume there were no setu
p related problems in the JBoss Admin
class. If there were any problems reported by the instructor do not follow these
instructions but follow the normal WA1370 instructions.
Check MySQL and Java Installation
Open a command prompt. You can do thi
s by selecting ‘Start
> Run’ and then
entering ‘cmd’ as the program to run.
Enter the command ‘mysql
p’ and press Enter.
Enter ‘root123’ as the password when prompted.
Check that you can login without any errors.
Enter the following command ‘quit
;’ to logout of MySQL. Make sure you have
the semicolon on the end.
Enter the command ‘java
version’ and be sure you get the output shown below.
Enter the command ‘set JAVA_HOME’ and be sure you get the output shown
If any of these verificatio
n steps do not work as described, stop this setup and
proceed with the normal WA1370 setup
. The normal setup, where all software
is uninstalled and reinstalled will ensure the students have the proper
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Be sure the following software is
the machines. Use the "Add or
Remove Programs" feature of the Control Panel to check. If any of this software is
installed, uninstall it, reboot the machine and manually delete the old installati
Any version of Apache HTTP server. Be sure to delete the installation folder
which is usually ‘C:
Microsoft IIS Web Server. To check or uninstall this use the "Add/Remove
Windows Components" section of the norm
al "Add/Remove Programs" utility.
Student User for Labs
Provide a userid(s) for use by the students which has local administrative privileges on
the machines that will be used. This is required as students will be installing applications
and running serv
er applications. If this requirement is an issue please contact the setup
support person before the class to resolve this problem.
Open a Windows Explorer window and navigate to the ‘C:
Delete the ‘jboss
ctory from the ‘C:
Software’ directory. This will
remove the previous JBoss configuration.
Navigate to the ‘C:
4.0.4.GA.zip’ file to the ‘C:
Navigate to the ‘C:
Check that the ‘jboss
4.0.4.GA’ directory was recreated. This is the reinstalled
configuration of JBoss.
Reinstall the Apache software as described in the normal setup instructions. You can use
the ‘Apache2.0.58.doc’ document from t
for the setup instructions.