JasperServer on AWS Elastic Beanstalk?

Anyone ever deployed to Elastic Beanstalk?  It should be theoretically possible, however  I can't figure out how it will work with the pro version because the jasper license must be in an absolute directory (-Djs.license.directory).

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JasperReports Server looks for the license file in three places: the WEB-INF folder, the user's home directory, and any arbitrary location specified by the -Djs.license.directory JAVA_OPTS setting. You can set this directory to whatever you want, and I presume you could also use a variable instead of an explicit directory.

You can learn more about license file management on Linux here:


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