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    Default JBoss Installed. How can I test it?

    This is a very basic JBoss question (I'm new to EJBs).

    I've downloaded JBoss-as-7.1.1.Final and run the bin/domain.sh command from the terminal. I have also created a new user in the management domain, and everything seems to be running smoothly as you can see below.

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    The thing is I have no idea where to go from here. I have a team project that is working on other peoples JBoss configurations (though they are all using Windows), so creating an entirely new project to test it should not be necessary. I also have JBoss tools downloaded on Eclipse Kepler. Where do I go from here if I want to deploy a JBoss project?

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    Default Re: JBoss Installed. How can I test it?

    If you already have a project built (WAR, EAR, etc) that you want to deploy, go to the Manage Deployments option. Then, navigate to the WAR or EAR you are trying to deploy, select the enable option, and that's really it. If the deployment is successful, you can test it out in your browser.

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    Default Re: JBoss Installed. How can I test it?

    Shameless self promotion: I wrote a getting started guide to setting up a decent JBoss 7.x installation and deploying to it from Eclipse using a Mavenized project.

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