Apache ActiveMQ is an open source (Apache 2.0 licensed) message broker which fully implements the Java Message Service 1.1 (JMS). It provides Enterprise Features like clustering, multiple message stores, and ability to use any database as a JMS persistence provider besides VM, cache, and journal persistency. In this tutorial we will show how to integrate the ActiveMQ message broker with JBoss AS 7
JBoss AS 7 ActiveMQ integration
Maven JBoss AS 7 plugin tutorial
The Maven JBoss plugin can be used to perform some common tasks like deploy/undeploy or add resources as part of your Maven goal. This tutorial shows how to do it.
JBoss AS 7 domain configuration
In this tutorial we will show all the steps to create and secure a JBoss AS 7.1.1 domain.
JBoss AS 7 remote EJB client tutorial
This tutorial will help you to troubleshooting common issues when deploying and running an EJB remote client with JBoss AS 7.1
JBoss AS Virtual Host configuration
Virtual hosting is a mechanism whereby one web server process can serve multiple domain names, giving each domain the appearance of having its own server. In this tutorial we will show how to create and use a virtual host address for a JBoss web application.
Create a JBoss AS 7 appliance with VirtualBox
In this tutorial we will demonstrate how to create in a matter of minutes a JBoss AS 7.1.1 appliance designed around a Linux distribution. The software we will use for this purpose is Oracle's Virtual Box.
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