This is the second tutorial about Java API for Batch Applications (JSR-352) on WildFly application server. In the first Java EE Batch Tutorial we have learnt how to use chunk steps which are iterative executions of read/process/write operations on a set of items. Batchlets, on the other hand, include activities which are not executed in an iterative style as chunk but as atomic activities. In short a batchlet is a step which is called once. It either succeeds or fails. If it fails it can be restarted and it runs again.
Java EE Batchlets with WildFly tutorial
Using Log4J with JBoss AS 7 and WildFly
Using log4j with JBoss AS 7 has had a troubled history and I'd like to offer a comprehensive guide with this article so that you can save a few headaches. Let's start with the newest version of the application server and later we will see how to use log4j with jBoss AS 7.
Read WildFly 8 log files using the CLI
In this short tutorial we will learn how to inspect the WildFly 8 log files from the Command Line Interface.
Using try-with-resources to close database connections
This tutorial shows how to use a Java SE 7 feature called try-with-resources to handle Connection, Statement and ResultSet objects which are retrieved from a JBoss / WildFly Datasource.
Prior to Java SE 7, developers needed a finally block to ensure that a resource is closed regardless of whether the try statement successfully completed or not. This required quite a long piece of code to handle safe closing of every objects, especially in the case of a database connection object.
jBPM 6 Web application example
In this tutorial I'll describe how I have set up my first jBPM 6 application using Eclipse and the jBPM 6 plugin installed on it. The prerequisite to it is that you have correctly installed jBPM 6 using the jbpm-installer. I have described the steps in this tutorial which shows how to shorten the full installation procedure.
Introduction to jBPM 6
This tutorial is an introduction to the jBPM 6 platform which has now reached its final release, bringing lots of power to your business processes.
For those which are new to jBPM, you should be aware that jBPM is a Business Process Engine that allows defining executing an monitoring your business processes. jBPM is distributed as a set of libraries therefore you are free to choose whether to use it embedded in your applications or simply using it as a BPM Service, for example via the REST API.
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