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The Java EE Service Engine starts together with GlassFish. Before deploying and performing test runs of a Composite Application project in the NetBeans IDE, make sure that the GlassFish Application Server is started.
The Servers node should contain a GlassFish V2 subnode. If the GlassFish V2 node is not visible, see To Register the GlassFish Application Server with the NetBeans IDE.
If a green arrow icon appears on the GlassFish V2 node, the server is running. If no green arrow icon appears, see To Start the GlassFish Application Server in the NetBeans IDE.
The Add Server Instance dialog box opens.
The Platform Location Folder page opens.
If you accepted the default values during the installation, the user name is admin, the password is specified during installation.
"Application server startup complete."
When the server is running, the IDE displays a green arrow icon on the GlassFish V2 node.
The Java EE Service Engineis represented as sun-javaee-engine in the Services window of the IDE, under the GlassFish V2->JBI->Service Engines nodes.
In some cases, you might have to enable the JBI framework to deploy a Java EE Service Engine component. The following command enables the JBI framework:
asadmin enable --user adminuser JBIFramework