Aspects


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Jboss

JBoss Application Server (JBoss AS) is a free software/open-source Java EE-based, Cross-platform Application Server.

Wildfly

WildFly, formerly known as JBoss Application Server, is an open source (LGPL) application server, developed by Redhat, that implements the latest enterprise Java standards.

Service company error

Example

"Everything is set as default for sure the server is up and listening to port 9990 trying to compare both wildfly and jboss eap standalone.xml but they aren t exactly the same wildfly is more evoluated compared to jboss eap which is more stable"

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Connect JBossEAP 6.4 to Maven Project

"I am new to java and specially web service and just started working for a company which uses jboss eap server which is quite same as wildfly and unfortunately i am receiving same error there as well while working on a web service assignment"

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Unable to run JaxRs web service using Wildfly web server

Others

Example

Wildfly 8 is an implementation of javaee 7;wildfly is the new name of jboss so that the company jboss and the application server jboss cannot induce confusion anymore

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JBoss AS vs WildFly 8

Is it because request response handling on wildfly is kind of more lightweight than the jboss 4.2.3

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The kitchensink sample can be deployed via mvn wildfly deploy not mvn jboss-as deploy;make sure you don t mix wildfly with jboss and don t start the sample twice from eclipse and from maven

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Can't deploy kitchensink example

Wildfly is using slf4j as defult logging;you have to tell jboss not to use slf4j i am using log4j

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SLF4J + Logback does not log in WildFly

After migrating from jboss 7 to wildfly 15 jndi-name of infinispan cache container is not valid anymore with wildfly 15

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Jndi-name of infinispan cache container is not valid anymore with wildfly 15

Wildfly is not shipped with the eap;wildfly is a community project and jboss eap is a red hat product

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Wildfly version in JBoss EAP 7.1.0

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