Category Archives: Java

Docker, Wildfly, your application and the dev life cycle

Hi, using docker it is very easy to have your web application available for testing in a non mocked environment. Advertisements

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Ubuntu, VirtualBox, OS X and Keyboards

Today i wanted to use scm manager. This appliance is available as a virtual machine image. I chose the variant for VirtualBox.

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JEE7, Maven, Testing and Wildfly 8.x

Today i want to start a new maven based project. The result should run on wildfly and should employ arquillian for integration testing. I first read about arquillian back in february. i learned it was very tedious to get wildfly 8 and arquillian … Continue reading

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Updating jboss wildfly to the latest version

Updating wildfly installed by homebrew is as easy as it could be: 1. update brew packages 2. upgrade wildfly A bit more verbose: Check which version of wildfly-as is installed. You should see something similar to the following lines: [mupfel@volkers-imac]$~ > … Continue reading

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jboss-cli: deploying and undeploying with wildfly8

There’re several ways to deploy to wildfly. One way is to use jboss-cli: deploy: [volker@Volkers-MacBook-Pro]$~/dev/ideaProjects/awesome > jboss-cli.sh –connect –command=”deploy target/awesome.war” undeploy: [volker@Volkers-MacBook-Pro]$~/dev/ideaProjects/awesome > jboss-cli.sh –connect –command=”undeploy awesome.war”  

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JAX-RS file upload

For my current project i needed a RESTful file upload service. You’ll find the source code on github: JAX-RS file upload

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List all deployed artifacts in wildfly 8

JBoss Wildfly comes with a very handy command line interface jboss-cli.sh. Jboss-cli can execute arbitrary commands on your wildfly installation. Example: Using this tool it’s very easy to get an overview over all currently deployed artifacts (ear, war and jar … Continue reading

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