Tomcat to JBoss migration

Tomcat to JBoss migration is a typical scenario when you Web application requires some additional services (like JMS or transactions) which are available when using an application server. In this tutorial we will show some of the common pitfalls you can encounter when upgrading from Tomcat to JBoss AS. There are mainly three areas which … Read more

How to see JSP/Servlet changes without redeployment

If you want to see immediate changes in your JSP/Servlet without redeploying the Web application, you can configure your Web connector setting the development mode to true: example <subsystem xmlns=”urn:jboss:domain:web:1.0″ default-virtual-server=”default-host”> …     <configuration>         <jsp-configuration development=”true”/>     </configuration> </subsystem>

Developing Portlets with JBoss Portal

Please note: the JBoss Portal project is now archived and no longer maintained. As an alternative, we recommend checking alternative solutions: JSF technology Primefaces framework Develop a REST application using WildFly and AngularJS JBoss Portal is an open source platform for hosting and serving a portal’s Web interface, publishing and managing its content, and customizing … Read more