This tutorial discusses about Batch Applications for the Java Platform (JSR-352) which can be used to define, implement and running batch jobs. Batch jobs are composed of a set of tasks which can be automatically executed without user interaction. These tasks are executed periodically or when resource usage is low and they often process large amounts of information such as log files, database records or images. Examples include billing, report generation, data format conversion, and image processing. These tasks are called batch jobs. The batch framework is a rather rich one as it includes a Java API an XML configuration and a batch runtime.
Batch Applications tutorial on WildFly
Using Infinispan Query API
Applications using a NoSQL storage often need to query data using a full-text search that can be hardly accomplished using traditional RDBMS. This tutorial shows how to use Infinispan Query module in order to search through data added to the cache using an Object oriented fluent API.
JMS 2.0 tutorial on Wildfly AS
Java EE 7 specification is going to be fully implemented in the new release of the application server named WildFly. One of the additions included is the new release (2.0) of the Java Messaging Service which includes some enhancements oriented toward the ease of development. Let's see in detail.
Monitoring the EJB container using the CLI
In this tutorial we will learn how to gather EJB 3 container statistics from JBoss AS 7 / JBoss EAP using the Command Line Interface.
Installing JBoss EAP 6 as a service
This recipe shows how to install JBoss EAP as a service and allow it to start at boot time.
In order to do that, you need to use some script files which are contained within the server distribution and, for Windows users, download some extra native files. The next two sections discuss about it:
Debugging Arquillian Tests
This short tutorial describes how to debug Arquillian Test Cases using a development environment like Eclipse IDE.
Arquillian is a platform that simplifies integration testing for Java middleware. It deals with all the plumbing of container management, deployment, and framework initialization so you can focus on the task of writing your tests—real tests. Arquillian minimizes the burden on you—the developer—by covering aspects surrounding test execution; some of these aspects are as follows:
- Managing the life cycle of the container (start/stop)
- Bundling the test class with the dependent classes and resources into a deployable archive
- Enhancing the test class (for example, resolving @Inject, @EJB, and @Resource injections)
- Deploying the archive to test applications (deploy/undeploy), and capturing results and failures
Enterprise Application Servers CookBook
Who dares to learn about the three core application servers in a week's time ? This book will be your guide in an amazing journey with over 600 pages of recipes covering every aspect of the Java Enterprise Application servers. The book is composed of three parts, sold at the price of a single book!
Part I discusses about Oracle Weblogic Server, which is one of the core components of Oracle Fusion Middleware
Part II is about JBoss Enterprise Application Platform the commercial product from Red Hat derived from the popular open source application server (JBoss AS).
Part III discusses about IBM Websphere which is the IBM product for developing and running Java enterprise software.
Read More about it on the Publisher Site
Using Infinispan with WildFly 8
Today I'm going to test Infinispan cache from within the lastest release (Alpha4) of Wildfly 8. Let's see what happens!
- Jenkins tutorial
- JBoss and Maven eBook
- JBoss EAP 6.1 on Linux CentOS
- Configuring Eclipse to use WildFly 8
- Dynamic Servlet Registration
- Websockets: using Encoders and Decoders
- WebSockets tutorial on Wildfly 8
- JBoss AS 7 development book available!
- Rewrite: a Java EE URL rewriting solution
- Using Netbeans and JBoss AS 7
- Win your Rebel Trip !
- JBoss AS 7 custom caches configuration
- Wildfly 8 introduction
- A Thread pattern for JBoss Enterprise applications
- Using the Drools Guvnor Repository to store your Rules
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