SSL Configuration with Jboss server

The below post describes the steps to configure SSL for your JBoss Server. Steps: 1:- Create a self signed certificate by using the keytool utility. a: Create a private key – public key pair. keytool –genkey –alias mykey –keypass password –keystore identity.jks –storepass password b: Self sign the certificate. keytool

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Configure Apache WebServer with Jboss cluster.

1:- Create a cluster of Jboss server instances. a:- Copy the folder ’all’ under the server directory i.e. the location JBOSS_HOME b:- Rename it as Noode1 and Node2 which would be acting as the two Jboss instances within the cluster. c: – Go to the command prompt and navigate to

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Plan.xml usage for Message Driven Bean

This post is an illustration of usage of plan.xml for overriding features of Message Driven Bean application dynamically. Administrators use deployment plans to easily change an application’s WebLogic Server configuration for a specific environment without modifying existing Java EE or WebLogic-specific deployment descriptors. Multiple deployment plans can be used to

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