Joined: 25 Apr 2006
|Posted: Mon May 08, 2006 8:57 am Post subject: Jumping Into JBoss
|JBoss is a free, open source, application server that implements the complete Java 2 Enterprise
Including Java Server Pages (JSP), servlets, and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB). For J2EE developers that are getting started with JBoss, this article presents the basics, including downloading, installation, application deployment, and data source configuration.
JBoss comes with three server configurations:
minimal - This configuration includes only logging, the JNDI service, and the URL deployment scanner. You would want to use this configuration for starting services that don't require J2EE or as the base for a custom configuration.
default - This configuration is the default. It includes all of the J2EE services exception RMI/IIOP and clustering.
all - This configuration includes all JBoss services.
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