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Creating a Windows Service for the GlassFish-4.0 Domain

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Hi,
I created a GlassFish4.0 configuration with a domain name that contains a dot
gnpservice.com

Creating a Windows Service complains about the dot in the name
asadmin> create-service gnpservice.com
Windows requires that the service name contain only legal filename characters, no spaces and no dots.  Please choose another name.
This is the name you specified: gnpservice.com
Command create-service failed.

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Is there an easy way to change a domain name ? Is that the real domain or is it just a name that GF uses to distinguish.

example: domain1 is the default domain and I think I could have deployed my app under that domain name
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You're asking about the Windows error?  The name of the service in windows doesn't have anything to do with the actual http domain name.  So if Windows doesn't want dots, then make the name a valid Windows name without dots.

Your HTTP domain name will still have dots, and it doesn't have to be anything like the Windows service name.

See Oracle doc here:
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19509-01/821-0449/inst_trouble_winservice_r/index.html
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Great, but now it is there a way to change the domain name without having to re-create the whole domain and reassign all that certificates?
I couldn't find a rename domain command
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Your HTTP domain name will still have dots, and it doesn't have to be anything like the Windows service name.

The service tool asks for the GF domain name which has the dots in it..
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Well, I had to recreate the whole domain with the new windows domain name without dots.
I think there should be a command to rename the domain window's "name".
I wonder why there is not?
Thank you for your help,
Bill
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