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WildFly Configuration, Deployment, and Administration - Second Edition by Christopher Ritchie

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Chapter 3. Configuring Enterprise Services

This chapter covers the configuration of the Java Enterprise services that ship with the application server. Many of the services are configured within their own subsystem. These subsystems can be added or removed depending on whether or not the service is required in your application. We will look at the most common ones in the following order:

  • Connecting to a database
  • Configuring the Enterprise JavaBeans container
  • Configuring the messaging service
  • Configuring the transaction service
  • Configuring concurrency

Connecting to a database

To allow your application to connect to a database, you will need to configure your server by adding a datasource. Upon server startup, each datasource is prepopulated with a pool ...

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