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Spring3 + JPA2 + Java EE6 App Server = Confusion Over Configuration

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Spring is great, JavaEE6 is great and latest JavaEE6 Application servers are also great. This post is not a rant on Spring Vs JavaEE6, but my experience of porting a Spring3+JPA2(Hibernate) application on JBoss AS-7.1 App Server. My application requirement is very simple: Developing a couple of SOAP based webservices using Spring3.1 and JPA2(Hibernate) and host it on JBoss AS ...

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JBoss AS 7 classloading explained

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This is a sample chapter taken from JBoss AS 7 Configuration Deployment and Administration book edited by Francesco Marchioni who is running a JBoss focused portal named mastertheboss.com. As mandated by Java EE specifications, an application server should ideally give its deployed applications the freedom to use whatever utility library and whatever version of it, regardless of the presence of ...

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JBoss Core Java Web Services

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This blog post deals with Web Services. Well, to be more exact, it deals with ‘plain’ java web services on JBoss. That means we are going to create a web service without any additional frameworks (like CXF, Axis etc.). JBoss it self provides support for web services. So if you are really trying to build basic web service (or if ...

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JBoss AS 7: Custom Login Modules

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JBoss AS 7 is neat but the documentation is still quite lacking (and error messages not as useful as they could be). This post summarizes how you can create your own JavaEE-compliant login module for authenticating users of your webapp deployed on JBoss AS. A working elementary username-password module provided. Why to use Java EE standard authentication? Java EE security ...

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Cost of Ownership Analysis: Oracle WebLogic Server vs. JBoss

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A very interesting whitepaper by Crimson Consulting Group comparing the cost of ownership between Weblogic and JBoss. Although JBoss is free, the whitepaper has serious claims that on the long run Weblogic is cheaper. Although, this study was sponsored by Oracle, it seems to be very serious and definitely is worthy of a look. Below some interesting parts from the whitepaper: JBoss costs ...

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Book Review: JBoss AS 7: Configuration, Deployment, and Administration

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I eagerly accepted Packt Publishing‘s invitation to review JBoss AS 7: Configuration, Deployment, and Administration because it has been several years since I last used JBoss and I was curious to learn more about JBoss AS 7. I have already written about my First Impressions of Book ‘JBoss AS 7 Configuration, Deployment and Administration’ and in this post I review ...

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JBoss AS 7 EJB3 Pools Configuration

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Now that AS 7.0.1 has been released, let’s take a look at what new EJB3 features are available. Like I mentioned in my previous post, AS 7.0.1 now allows you to configure pools for your stateless session beans and MDBs. Currently we allow configuring the pools at the subsystem level, which means that the pool will be applicable for all ...

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JBoss AS 7.0.2 “Arc” released – Playing with bind options

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More good news on the JBoss AS7 front. JBoss AS 7.0.2.Final “Arc” has been released! It’s been one month since AS 7.0.1 was released. Within this short period of time there have been numerous bugs fixed and more features and improvements implemented. All these bug fixes and features have been included in this 7.0.2 release. This new release mainly consists ...

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JAX–WS with Spring and Maven Tutorial

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Spring framework provides remoting support for web services via JAX–WS, in fact, as stated in Spring reference documentation, there are three ways of exposing Spring POJO services as a JAX–WS web services : Exposing Servlet – based web services (suitable for Java EE 5 environments) Exporting standalone web services (suitable when utilizing Sun’s JDK 1.6 build–in JAX–WS provider) Exporting web ...

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