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JBoss needs Java "Server"

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turks
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We are developing an app to run in JBoss. It appears that JBoss needs the "Server" version
of the JVM. The JRE does not have a server version in it but the JDK does. Do people use the JDK for deployment of JBoss apps ? Does the JRE have a way of running in "Server" mode or is JDK the only solution ?

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turks
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I downloaded the JDK and JBoss will not start. I find I have to go into the jre that was installed with the JDK and dup the \bin\client into \bin\server so Jboss will start.

Is this the correct way or is there a more formal way ?

demonduck
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I tried the -server JVM argument to run my applet. It caused the applet to generate an OutOfMemory error. I posted a question about this behavior in another thread and (typically) got no response.

It's just another bug they prefer to ignore...

linuxhippy
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turks: Yes, the JDK is used if the server version is required. The JDK also contains a full JRE.

demonduck: This is completly unrelated. Please stop trolling other's useful questions again.

- Clemens

demonduck
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Yes, my error -- completely unrelated. And I find that the problem has been fixed in the JRE SE which I thought I was using.