Where i Put my swing application jar file in jboss

Hi experts...
I develope swing application and convert it into jar file....I know jnlp deployment using tomcat..In tomcat i
put my appcation.jar in webapps/root folder...This is not similar in jboss..I dont know where i put my applcation.jar in jboss.If any body know the idea please let me know..

Hi
You have to put your jar file in
server/default/deploy
Regards
M Fazal Ur Rehman

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