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Author Ritchie, Christopher, author

Title WildFly configuration, deployment, and administration : build a functional and efficient WildFly server with this step-by-step, practical guide / Christopher Ritchie
Edition Second edition
Published Birmingham, UK : Packt Publishing, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
Series Community experience distilled
Community experience distilled.
Contents Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Installing WildFly; What's new in WildFly 8?; Getting started with the application server; Installing the Java environment; Installing Java on Linux; Installing Java on Windows; Installing WildFly 8; Starting WildFly; Connecting to the server with the command-line interface; Stopping WildFly; Locating the shutdown script; Stopping WildFly on a remote machine; Restarting WildFly; Installing the Eclipse environment; Installing JBoss tools
Adding a local datasourceConfiguring the connection pool; Configuring the statement cache; Adding an xa-datasource; Installing the driver as a deployment unit; Choosing the right driver deployment strategy; Configuring a datasource programmatically; Configuring the Enterprise JavaBeans container; Configuring the EJB components; Configuring the stateless session beans; Configuring stateful session beans; Configuring the message-driven beans; Configuring the timer service; Configuring the messaging system; Configuring the transport; Configuring connection factories; Configuring JMS destinations
Customizing destinations with an addressHornetQ persistence configuration; Configuring the transactions service; Configuring concurrency; Configuring the context service; Configuring the managed thread factory; Configuring the managed executor service; Configuring the managed schedule executor service; Summary; Chapter 4: The Undertow Web Server; An overview of Undertow; The Undertow architecture; Configuring Undertow; Configuring the server; Configuring the listener; Configuring the host; Serving static content; Configuring the servlet container; Configuring JSP
Exploring the application server filesystemThe bin folder; The docs folder; The domain folder; The standalone folder; The welcome-content folder; The modules folder; Understanding WildFly's kernel; Loading application server modules; Summary; Chapter 2: Configuring the Core WildFly Subsystems; Configuring our application server; Extensions; Paths; Management interfaces; Profiles and subsystems; Interfaces; The socket-binding groups; System properties; Deployments; Configuring core subsystems; Configuring the thread pool subsystem; Configuring the thread factory; The bounded-queue thread pool
The blocking bounded-queue thread poolThe unbounded-queue thread pool; The queueless thread pool; The blocking queueless thread pool; The scheduled thread pool; Configuring application server logging; Choosing your logging implementation; Configuring the logging subsystem; The console-handler; The periodic-rotating-file-handler; The size-rotating-file-handler; The async-handler; The syslog-handler; Custom handlers; Configuring loggers; Per-deployment logging; Bypassing container logging; Summary; Chapter 3: Configuring Enterprise Services; Connecting to a database; Installing the JDBC driver
Summary This book is aimed at Java developers, system administrators, application testers using WildFly, and anyone who performs a DevOps role. Whether you are completely new to WildFly or just require an understanding of WildFly's new features, this book is for you
Subject Client/server computing -- Software.
Java (Computer program language)
Genre/Form Software.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1783286237
1783286245
9781783286232
9781783286249
Other Titles Build a functional and efficient WildFly server with this step-by-step, practical guide