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    • Type: Improvement Improvement
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: current
    • Fix Version/s: milestone 1
    • Component/s: eclipse
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    • Issuezilla Id:
      22

      Description

      Could it be that the Glassfish installation is currently supposed to reside on
      localhost?

      1.) I have tried entering different hostnames, but then Eclipse keeps
      complaining about a missing appserv-rt.jar file.

      2.) When I try to set the path to a path on my Linux box which is mapped as a
      network drive on the Windows box with the Eclipse installation, the plugin
      attempts to start/deploy to/... Glassfish using .bat files. Network access could
      be more flexible to do so.

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        raccah added a comment -

        Yes, remote server setup is not straightforward in Eclipse. See "Remote
        Deployment" section of this doc
        <http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/wasce/V2.0.0/en/deploying-in-eclipse.html> for
        some discussion of remote setup in eclipse for websphere

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        raccah added a comment - Yes, remote server setup is not straightforward in Eclipse. See "Remote Deployment" section of this doc < http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/wasce/V2.0.0/en/deploying-in-eclipse.html > for some discussion of remote setup in eclipse for websphere
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        Dies Koper added a comment -

        I just ran into the same issue with the latest version of the plug-in.

        Not only is the setup not straightforward (i.e. RFE to remove the dependency on a whole local GF installation), but also please document this issue clearly (I couldn't find it) on the website.

        I haven't completed the remote server setup yet but so have learned (from asking Ludo, please document it clearly on the website) to install a local copy and run asadmin enable-secure-admin on the remote one.

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        Dies Koper added a comment - I just ran into the same issue with the latest version of the plug-in. Not only is the setup not straightforward (i.e. RFE to remove the dependency on a whole local GF installation), but also please document this issue clearly (I couldn't find it) on the website. I haven't completed the remote server setup yet but so have learned (from asking Ludo, please document it clearly on the website) to install a local copy and run asadmin enable-secure-admin on the remote one.
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        raccah added a comment -

        Ludo - handing this off to you....

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        raccah added a comment - Ludo - handing this off to you....
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        edrandall added a comment - - edited

        For a long time we successfully remote-deployed using com.sun.enterprise.jst.server.sunappsrv_1.0.10.jar
        You had to have a local server installed to provide access to the server .jars but nevertheless you could enter a remote hostname:port and it worked just fine out of the box. Sadly this support was apparently accidental and the capability was subsequently removed

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        edrandall added a comment - - edited For a long time we successfully remote-deployed using com.sun.enterprise.jst.server.sunappsrv_1.0.10.jar You had to have a local server installed to provide access to the server .jars but nevertheless you could enter a remote hostname:port and it worked just fine out of the box. Sadly this support was apparently accidental and the capability was subsequently removed

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          • Assignee:
            ludo
            Reporter:
            d____k
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