Provisioning WildFly with Galleon

No doubt the simplest way to install WildFly is by unzipping the zip files from the distribution and run it. On the other hand, if you want to be able to provision, update and customize your WildFly server distribution, keep reading this article we will talk about Galleon! Galleon is the latest tool which you … Read more

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Provisioning WildFly 10 with Ansible

Ansible is an innovative IT automation engine that automates cloud provisioning, configuration management, application deployment, intra-service orchestration, and many other IT needs. To manage a server with Ansible, the server needs to have SSH and Python 2.5 or later installed. There’s no need to preinstall an agent or any other software on the host. Ansible … Read more

Configuring JMS Bridge with WildFly

In this article we will learn how to configure a JMS bridges with WildFly so that we can route messages from one destination to another. First of all some basics: the purpose of a JMS bridge is to consume messages from a source JMS destination and send them to a target JMS destination. There are … Read more

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Managing MBeans with WildFly

Today I needed to get a list of all MBeans which are available on WildFly, along with attributes and operations available. When accessing WildFly JMX, the protocol used for the JMX Connection which is service:jmx:http-remoting-jmx://localhost:9990 Next, I have added a couple of methods to dump as well the attributes and the operations which are available. … Read more

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Java Web Start on WildFly / JBoss EAP

This tutorial is an update of How to deploy Java Web Start Applications on JBoss tested on JBoss EAP 6 and WildFly. I have decided to update the older tutorial as a few changes are needed to run Java Web Start applications on newer versions of the application server. First of all, we will create a Web … Read more

How to deploy an exploded application on JBoss safely ?

Have you ever tried to deploy a large application as exploded directory ? one common issue arises from the fact that if JBoss reads the deployment descriptors before the whole application is deployed. JBoss usually complains that the application was deployed as incomplete application. This can happen for example if you are transferring the files … Read more