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found your site on google today and really liked it. i bookmarked it and will be back to check it out some more later.
hey Lijin this is pretty interesting
but what happened to minddiary..
I ‘m a senior java programmer, I like your blog and springframework article. It ‘s a very informative and useful website.
Keep writing it
Good work lijin keep it up
I have started a similar blog as of yours. It deals with most of the Spring and Java related aspects.
Would you be interested in linking me back? If so just put a mail..
I will be happy to do so….
You can change the post number of JBoss easily frnd. Plz follow this link https://lijinjoseji.wordpress.com/2008/02/15/how-to-change-post-number-in-jboss-app-server/
or you can setup a port-binding.xml and we can point Jboss services.xml to that port port-binding.xml using mbean tag in Jboss services.xml.
I think the first method wil be very easy for you and you only want to avoid the conflict of port 8080 only..
Hope this will help
I have an application that is based on JBoss server with an underlying Oraalce DB.
I have a port 8080 conflict between JBOSS server and Oracle.
How to fix this problem?
Thanks for your Invitation Kishna.
Very informative and styles pleasing and to eyes
Your blogs looking more informative. I am editor of http://www.javabeat.net. I need Java technology writers for my site. Would you be interested in writing articles for us.
If you are interestd , please mail to krishnas at javabeat.net
Very useful site. Keep up the good work. When you have some time have a look at my work at http://www.lulu.com/java-success