JBoss farming service
JBoss security framework
Security is a fundamental part of any enterprise application .The JBoss component framework that handles security is the JBossSX extension framework. The JBossSX security extension provides support for both the role-based declarative J2EE security model as well as integration of custom security via a security proxy layer.
JBoss classloader issues
By default JBoss (prior to version 3.2) uses a flat class loading model that avoids the need to redundantly include classes in different layers. WAR files would only have the web contents and servlets, EJBs their interfaces, implementations and types, etc.
From 4.0.2 JBoss has changed to the Servlet spec classloading model, i.e. it uses the Tomcat classloader.
JBoss ESB Webservice Producer
The SOAPProcessor action, formerly known as "JBossWSAdapter", allows you to expose JBossWS 2.x and higher Webservice Endpoints through listeners running on the ESB (“SOAP onto the bus”).
JBoss ESB Webservice Consumer
JBoss Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) provides since the release 4.2GA the ability to construct SOAP requests and consume SOAP responses without having to generate proxy code. This functionality can be used to invoke external Webservice Endpoints from within the ESB.
JBoss performance tuning part 2
This Performance tuning tutorial is updated to the release 4.x of the application server. If you want to learn all about JBoss 4.x-5.x-6.x Performance tuning, Optimal data Persistence, Clustering tuning, Web application tuning and much more you should not miss the JBoss Performance Tuning book.
Read more about the book here
JBoss interview questions
Are you going for a JBoss Job ? well we cannot predict what you'll be asked but some questions are quite popular at interviews......check it here !
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