1.4.3. Run the Quickstarts

1.4.3.1. Run the Quickstarts in JBoss Developer Studio

Procedure 1.6. Import the quickstarts into JBoss Developer Studio

Each quickstart ships with a POM (Project Object Model) file that contains project and configuration information for the quickstart. Using this POM file, you can easily import the quickstart into JBoss Developer Studio.
  1. Start JBoss Developer Studio.
  2. From the menu, select FileImport.
  3. In the selection list, choose MavenExisting Maven Projects, then click Next.
    Import Existing Maven Projects

    Figure 1.7. Import Existing Maven Projects

  4. Browse to the directory of the quickstart you want to import and click OK. The Projects list box will be populated with the pom.xml file of the selected quickstart project.
    Select Maven Projects

    Figure 1.8. Select Maven Projects

  5. Click Next, then click Finish.

Procedure 1.7. Build and Deploy the helloworld quickstart

The helloworld quickstart is one of the simplest quickstarts and is a good way to verify that the JBoss server is configured and running correctly.
  1. Open the Servers tab. To add it to the panel:
    1. Click WindowShow ViewOther....
    2. Select Servers from the Server folder and click Ok.
  2. Right click on helloworld in the Project Explorer tab, and select Run AsRun on Server.
  3. Select the JBoss EAP 6.0 Runtime Server server and click Next. This should deploy the helloworld quickstart to the JBoss server.
  4. To verify that the helloworld quickstart was deployed successfully to the JBoss server, open a web browser and access the application at this URL: http://localhost:8080/jboss-as-helloworld