Tag Archives: Wildfly

Java EE 7: JMS with ActiveMQ


Another interesting topic in a JEE 7 application is messaging. So in this article I’ll take a peek at ActiveMQ and Java Message (JMS) to see how to tie them together to a working application. In this article I’ll use the Java EE 7 project set up in the last article.

https://hahamo.wordpress.com/2015/01/20/java-ee-7-jms-with-activemq/

Java EE 7: JMS with ActiveMQ


Another interesting topic in a JEE 7 application is messaging. So in this article I’ll take a peek at ActiveMQ and Java Message (JMS) to see how to tie them together to a working application. In this article I’ll use the Java EE 7 project set up in the last article.

https://hahamo.wordpress.com/2015/01/20/java-ee-7-jms-with-activemq/

Concurrent Live Updates with WebSockets


Agenda This entry is to demonstrate such Java EE 7 scrummy APIs as WebSockets, JMS and EJB being used together. We’re going to witness multiple web clients – browser windows – receiving live updates from server simultaneously. The app server – WildFly (former JBoss).

http://ikolosov.com/2015/06/07/concurrent-live-updates-with-websockets/

Monitoring the JBoss EAP / Wildfly Application Server with the Command Line Interface (CLI)


The JBoss EAP / Wildfly provides a powerful concept for management, configuration and monitoring of the JBoss Application Server itself and its Java EE Applications. The concept is based on the detyped management API. All management clients of the application server use this detyped management API to interact with the server. In this post we […]

http://blog.akquinet.de/2014/09/15/monitoring-the-jboss-eap-wildfly-application-server-with-the-command-line-interface-cli/

JBoss EAP / Wildfly – Three ways to invoke remote EJBs


The JBoss EAP / Wildfly application server provides as primary API the EJB client library to invoke remote EJB components. This client library is the implementation of the WildFly application server to invoke EJB components. The lookup of an object, such as a JMS connection factory, from the naming service is with the EJB client […]

http://blog.akquinet.de/2014/09/26/jboss-eap-wildfly-three-ways-to-invoke-remote-ejbs/

Concurrent Live Updates with WebSockets


Agenda This entry is to demonstrate such Java EE 7 scrummy APIs as WebSockets, JMS and EJB being used together. We’re going to witness multiple web clients – browser windows – receiving live updates from server simultaneously. The app server – WildFly (former JBoss).

http://ikolosov.com/2015/06/07/concurrent-live-updates-with-websockets/

NoSQL with Hibernate OGM – Part three: Building a REST application on WildFly


via NoSQL with Hibernate OGM – Part three: Building a REST application on WildFly ~ Enterprise Software Development with Java.

Welcome back to our tutorial series “NoSQL with Hibernate OGM”! Thanks to Gunnar Morling (@gunnarmorling) for creating this tutorial. In this part you will learn how to use Hibernate OGM from within a Java EE application running on the WildFly server. Using the entity model you already know from the previous parts of this tutorial, we will build a small REST-based application for managing hikes. In case you haven’t read the first two installments of this series, you can find them here: