Meteor documentation currently says: “[…] you need to provide Node.js 0.8 and a MongoDB server. You can then run the application by invoking node, specifying the HTTP port for the application to listen on, and the MongoDB endpoint.” So, among the several ways to install Node.js, I got it up and running following the best … Read more
All you need to do is name your war ROOT.war.
I’ve seen this when FTP’ing a file with transfer mode set to ASCII instead of binary.
Ok, I think the following might do what you need. The drawback of this approach is that there will be an interval between each deployment as the subsequent build is executed. Is this acceptable? Define a profile in each project with the same name (say “publish”). Within that profile you can define a configuration to … Read more
I had the same problem in my bundle: (Eclipse IDE + JBoss server adapter) + JBoss AS 7.0.1 (community project). My solution is very simple – you should go to JBoss administrative panel (by default localhost:9990), there in profile settings open Core – Deployment Scanners. Turn on Autodeploy-Exploded (set to true), and by your wishes … Read more
The effect of –link is static, so it will not work for your scenario (there is currently no re-linking, although you can remove links). We have been using two different approaches at dockerize.it to solve this, without links or ambassadors (although you could add ambassadors too). 1) Use dynamic DNS The general idea is that … Read more
If I edit files directly on the deployed server, would any PhpStorm functionality be lost? Yes. To name a few: IDE cannot index files that are not in the project and therefore cannot provide any code completion help for classes/functions/etc that defined on remote only files; True project-wide search is not possible (as it works … Read more
For smaller dependencies that’re private to a deployment, keep ’em in WEB-INF/lib in your .war, that’s what it’s for. If you’re using Maven that should be pretty much automatic and transparent for anything in the <compile/> scope. For big, complex dependencies or dependencies that’ll be shared between several apps, use option (4): Deploy each logical … Read more
You can use Launch4j for this. Well documented and easy to use. While the resulting program still needs a JRE to run, you don’t have to install the JRE on the target system. You can just copy it with your application and tell Launch4j were to find it or just wrap it up with everything … Read more
Format of the initialization string does not conform to specification starting at index 0 Web.config : <connectionStrings> <add name=”TestDataConnectionString” connectionString=”Data Source=.\SQLExpress;Initial Catalog=TestData;User ID=satest;Password=satest” /> </connectionStrings> In aspx.cs Page the code must be written in the below format : SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings[“TestDataConnectionString”].ToString());