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LiveCycle JBoss Non-Turnkey Installation: Running as Service

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25-10-2008

Hi All,



I have installed LiveCycle on Jboss using Manual Installation. I was trying to run the JBoss as Service, can anyone guide me how to get the JBoss run as Service?



Thanks in Advance



Regards

Sivajee.

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To get JBoss to run as a Windows service, you need to choose the 'Turnkey' install option, not 'Manual'.

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To get JBoss to run as a Windows service, you need to choose the 'Turnkey' install option, not 'Manual'.

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I fixed this by following the below approach:



With the Turnkey option, there is an exe file "JBossService.exe". I executed the above file from "InstallJBossService.bat". I modified the batch file to point to the jboss folder to my installation.



With this I was able to get the JBoss as a service. The only thing I didnt understand is the batch file has a parameter "-shutdown 180", does this parameter specify anything about shutting down Jboss instance after a specified time.



Anybody please confirm on this.



Thanks in advance

Sivajee.