Dynamically change Session/Message Driven Bean parameters

When an EJB3 Session Bean or a Message Driven Bean is created, it is assigned some basic parameters such as Max Pool Size, Timeout, Max Session Size etc. Such parameters are pre-configured with default values in ‘ejb3-interceptors-aop.xml‘ file available in $JBOSS_HOME/server/$Profile/deploy folder. As you will open the file, you will find that the parameters are […]

Book Review: Drools JBoss Rules 5.X Developer’s Guide

Dear Folks, Recently, I have been studying a newly published book on JBoss Drools Business Rules Framework named “Drools JBoss Rules 5.X Developer’s Guide“. I found this book very good, so decided to post review of this book on this blog. This book is from Packt Publishing and written by Michal Bali.  He is a freelance […]

What’s all that jazz about ‘jbossall-client.jar’ !!!

In our previous post, we have discussed about the directory structure of JBossAS-5.x where we have had a glance on the ‘client‘ directory of JBoss. The ‘client‘ directory consists of all the client libraries required to make communication with the server. Consider, you have an EJB application deployed on your JBoss AS Server. You want […]

Understanding JBoss Directory Structure

JBoss has very very simple and modular directory structure. You can mold it very easily according to your needs. The pattern of directory structure follows as per following categories, JBoss AS 3.x – 4.x Directory Structure JBoss AS 5.x – 6.x Directory Structure JBoss AS 7.x – Onward Directory Structure We are going to discuss the structure […]

What is JBoss AS?

We’re going to start off by introducing JBoss AS and its basic details. JBoss is an Open Source Community Project from Red Hat Inc. JBoss, which is now known as “WildFly“, is an Java EE based Application Server that runs on various JVMs. JBoss is not only implemented in Java, but also runs on Java. […]

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