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The author points out: The chapter also demonstrates adding JPA -based persistence including how to switch the JPA provider from default Hibernate 4 , setting a custom web context, and deploying the web application. The fifth chapter concludes the chapters on configuration by providing a more detailed look at configuring JBoss AS 7 domains. I also found the author's use of VisualVM to be helpful. This detailed chapter introduces domain terminology, explains what a domain is, and explains why a domain does not provide the same functionality or purpose as node clustering.
It provides thorough detail on configuring domains. I was happy to see coverage of using CLI to deploy from the command line, but fans of deploying via web page will be happy to know that there is also coverage of deploying from the web administration console.
The chapter also demonstrates deploying from the Eclipse IDE. The most significant bane of my Java development experience has probably been classloaders , which become tricky when application servers, IDEs, and frameworks like Spring are involved.
With this in mind, I was happy to see a section in the sixth chapter called "JBoss AS 7 classloading explained. MF file. The first section talks about CLI support for a group of commands as an atomic unit and the second section talks about writing file-based administration scripts.
Although I find that I use command line-based tools for configuration, administration, and deployment of an application server in the long-run, web-based or other graphically-oriented tools are often nice when first using an application server or when trying to figure new things out.
In other words, I prefer command line scripting for routine tasks and prefer graphically-oriented administrative tools for new or unusual tasks. The second half of Chapter 7 covers using "The new Web admin console. Chapter 7's coverage of the history of JBoss's web administrative consoles is a good example of how the overall book does a nice job of comparing and contrasting different versions of JBoss tools.
The chapter points out the advantages and limitations of the jmx-console approach versions of JBoss up to JBoss 4. As one would expect, the section on Web admin console is filled with screen snapshots demonstrating the Web admin console in action.
One of the things many of us want from our application server is clustering functionality, which is the theme of Chapter 8 load balancing of web applications is covered in the next chapter. The chapter points out several facets of clustering that have changed in JBoss AS 7. This is an information--packed chapter that I will be sure to read again before using JBoss AS 7 clustering.
Chapter 9 covers load-balancing of web applications.
The chapter concludes by returning to discussion of clustering. The author references the JBoss AS 7. Book Review: GateIn Cookbook. Chapter 1: Chapter 2: Chapter 3: Configuring Enterprise Services The third chapter is on configuring enterprise services.
Chapter 4: Chapter 5: Chapter 6: Chapter 7: Chapter 8: Clustering One of the things many of us want from our application server is clustering functionality, which is the theme of Chapter 8 load balancing of web applications is covered in the next chapter. Chapter 9: Load-balancing Web Applications Chapter 9 covers load-balancing of web applications.
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Installing JBoss AS 7. Getting started with the application server. Exploring the application server file system. Configuring the Application Server. Configuring the application server. Configuring core subsystems. Configuring the application server logging. Configuring Enterprise Services. Configuring database connectivity.
Configuring Enterprise Java Beans. JBoss Web Server Configuration. Configuring the Web container. Creating and deploying a web application. Introducing the JBoss AS domain.
Configuring the domain. An example domain configuration.
Deploying resources on the application server. Deploying applications on JBoss AS standalone. Deploying applications on a JBoss AS domain. JBoss AS 7 classloading explained. Managing the Application Server. The new Web admin console. CLI or Web console? Setting up JBoss clustering. Configuring JBoss clustering.
Configuring the Infinispan subsystem. Clustering the messaging subsystem. Load-balancing Web Applications. Managing your web contexts with CLI. Adding native management capabilities. Managing web contexts using the configuration file. Load-balancing between nodes. Configuring clustering in your applications. Clustering session beans. Clustering entities. Caching entities. Caching queries. Clustering web applications.
Securing JBoss AS 7. Approaching Java security API.