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  • Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7.2

    Getting Started Guide

    For Use with Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7.2

    Last Updated: 2019-09-26

  • Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7.2 Getting Started Guide

    For Use with Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7.2

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    Abstract

    The purpose of this guide is to get you up and running with JBoss EAP quickly. It covers administrative tasks such as basic installation, management, and configuration for JBoss EAP. This guide also helps developers get started writing Java EE applications by using the JBoss EAP quickstarts. To learn more, see the entire JBoss EAP documentation suite.

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    Table of Contents

    CHAPTER 1. ADMINISTERING JBOSS EAP 1.1. DOWNLOADING AND INSTALLING JBOSS EAP

    1.1.1. Installation Prerequisites 1.1.2. Download JBoss EAP 1.1.3. Install JBoss EAP

    1.2. STARTING AND STOPPING JBOSS EAP 1.2.1. Starting JBoss EAP

    Start JBoss EAP as a Standalone Server Start JBoss EAP in a Managed Domain

    1.2.2. Stopping JBoss EAP Stop an Interactive Instance of JBoss EAP Stop a Background Instance of JBoss EAP

    1.3. JBOSS EAP MANAGEMENT 1.3.1. Management Users

    1.3.1.1. Adding a Management User 1.3.1.2. Running the Add-User Utility Non-Interactively

    Create a User Belonging to Multiple Groups Specify an Alternative Properties File

    1.3.2. Management Interfaces 1.3.2.1. Management CLI

    Launch the Management CLI Connect to a Running Server Display Help Quit the Management CLI View System Settings Update System Settings Start Servers

    1.3.2.2. Management Console 1.3.3. Configuration Files

    1.3.3.1. Standalone Server Configuration Files 1.3.3.2. Managed Domain Configuration Files 1.3.3.3. Backing Up Configuration Data 1.3.3.4. Configuration File Snapshots

    Take a Snapshot List Snapshots Delete a Snapshot Start the Server with a Snapshot

    1.3.3.5. Property Replacement Nested Expressions Descriptor-Based Property Replacement

    1.4. NETWORK AND PORT CONFIGURATION 1.4.1. Interfaces

    1.4.1.1. Default Interface Configurations 1.4.1.2. Configuring Interfaces

    Add an Interface with a NIC Value Add an Interface with Several Conditional Values Update an Interface Attribute Add an Interface to a Server in a Managed Domain

    1.4.2. Socket Bindings 1.4.2.1. Management Ports 1.4.2.2. Default Socket Bindings

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    Standalone Server Managed Domain

    1.4.2.3. Configuring Socket Bindings 1.4.2.4. Port Offsets

    1.4.3. IPv6 Addresses Configure the JVM Stack for IPv6 Addresses Update Interface Declarations for IPv6 Addresses

    1.5. OPTIMIZING THE JBOSS EAP SERVER CONFIGURATION

    CHAPTER 2. DEVELOPING APPLICATIONS USING JBOSS EAP 2.1. OVERVIEW 2.2. SETTING UP THE DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT 2.3. USING THE QUICKSTART EXAMPLES

    2.3.1. About Maven 2.3.2. Using Maven with the Quickstarts 2.3.3. Download and Run the Quickstarts

    2.3.3.1. Download the Quickstarts 2.3.3.2. Run the Quickstarts in Red Hat CodeReady Studio 2.3.3.3. Run the Quickstarts from the Command Line

    2.4. REVIEW THE QUICKSTART EXAMPLES 2.4.1. Explore the helloworld Quickstart

    Prerequisites Examine the Directory Structure Examine the Code

    2.4.2. Explore the numberguess Quickstart Prerequisites Examine the Configuration Files 2.4.2.1. Examine the JSF Code 2.4.2.2. Examine the Class Files

    APPENDIX A. REFERENCE MATERIAL A.1. SERVER RUNTIME ARGUMENTS A.2. ADD-USER UTILITY ARGUMENTS A.3. INTERFACE ATTRIBUTES A.4. SOCKET BINDING ATTRIBUTES A.5. DEFAULT SOCKET BINDINGS

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  • CHAPTER 1. ADMINISTERING JBOSS EAP

    1.1. DOWNLOADING AND INSTALLING JBOSS EAP

    This guide provides basic instructions for downloading and installing JBoss EAP using the ZIP installation, which is platform independent.

    See the Installation Guide for additional details, including instructions for installing JBoss EAP using the graphical installer or RPM package installation methods.

    1.1.1. Installation Prerequisites

    Verify that the following prerequisites have been met before installing JBoss EAP.

    Common Prerequisites

    Your system is supported according to the JBoss EAP 7 supported configurations .

    Your system is up-to-date with Red Hat issued updates and errata.

    ZIP Installation Prerequisites

    The user who will run JBoss EAP has read and write access for the installation directory.

    The desired Java development kit has been installed.

    For Windows Server, the JAVA_HOME and PATH environment variables have been set.

    1.1.2. Download JBoss EAP

    The JBoss EAP ZIP file is available from the Red Hat Customer Portal. The ZIP file installation is platform-independent.

    1. Log in to the Red Hat Customer Portal .

    2. Click Downloads.

    3. Click Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform in the Product Downloads list.

    4. In the Version drop-down menu, select 7.2.

    5. Find Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7.2.0 in the list and click the Download link.

    1.1.3. Install JBoss EAP

    Once the JBoss EAP ZIP installation file has been downloaded, it can be installed by extracting the package contents.

    1. If necessary, move the ZIP file to the server and location where JBoss EAP should be installed.

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