In my new work-place, we are using the
turnkey version of ES2 (Adobe - LiveCycle Enterprise Suite - note that as of ES3, it is being renamed to ADEP, Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform). The
turnkey project installs LiveCycle on JBoss with MySql.
I am having trouble finding out what JNDI datasources are present, so I looked for JBoss JMX Console or JBoss Web Console. But they are missing in the turnkey project - for security purposes. Thankfully, it is very easy to bring them back.
First, find out what version of JBoss you are using. I found this in the JBoss readme:
C:\Adobe\Adobe LiveCycle ES2\jboss\readme.html (by default on Windows, ES2 installs itself to
C:\Adobe\Adobe LiveCycle ES2). Once you know your version (4.2.1.GA for ES2), download the original zip file for that version of JBoss and unzip it somewhere. Copy the
management directory (web console) and
jmx-console.war war file (JMX console) into your JBoss' deploy directory. For me that meant copying
C:\Adobe\Adobe LiveCycle ES2\jboss\server\lc_turnkey\deploy.
Now I have web-console:
http://localhost:8080/web-console/ and JMX Console: