- Fast Startup
- Small Footprint
- Modular Design
- Unified Configuration and Management
And of course Java EE!
Ensure you have JDK 7 (or newer) installed
On *nix-like system use the prepared script
On Windows use the corresponding batch script
If you already have Maven 3.1.0 (or newer) installed you can use it directly
Change to the bin directory after a successful build
$ cd build/target/wildfly-[version]/bin
Start the server in domain mode
Start the server in standalone mode
To stop the server, press Ctrl + C, or use the admin console
$ ./jboss-cli.sh --connect command=:shutdown
More information on the wiki: http://community.jboss.org/wiki/JBossAS7UserGuide
The testsuite module contains several submodules including the following:
- "smoke" -- core tests that should be run as part of every build of the AS. Failures here will fail the build.
- "api" -- tests of features that involve end user use of the public JBoss AS 8 API. Should be run with no failures before any major commits.
- "cluster" -- tests of the WildFly HA clustering features. Should be run with no failures before any major commits.
- "domain" -- tests of the domain management features. Should be run with no failures before any major commits.
- "integration" -- tests of an WildFly standalone server's internals. Should be run with no failures before any major commits.
- "spec" -- tests of features that only involve end user use of the Java EE 7 spec APIs. Should be run with no failures before any major commits.
- "benchmark" -- tests used to compare performance against other releases or previous builds
- "stress" -- tests of the server's ability to perform properly while under stress
To run the basic testsuite including smoke tests from the root directory, run the build script "./build.sh" or "build.bat":
For basic smoke tests, simply: "./build.sh test"
For benchmark tests: "./build.sh test -Pbenchmark-tests"
For stress tests: "./build.sh test -Pstress-tests"
To run all the tests
$ ./build.sh install -PallTests
- Install the latest version of eclipse
- Make sure Xmx in eclipse.ini is at least 1280M, and it's using java 7
- Launch eclipse and install the m2e plugin, make sure it uses your repo configs (get it from: http://www.eclipse.org/m2e/download/ or install "Maven Integration for Eclipse" from the Eclipse Marketplace)
- In eclipse preferences Java->Compiler->Errors/Warnings->Deprecated and restricted set forbidden reference to WARNING
- In eclipse preferences Java->Code Style, import the cleanup, templates, and formatter configs in ide-configs/eclipse
- In eclipse preferences Java->Editor->Save Actions enable "Additional Actions", and deselect all actions except for "Remove trailing whitespace"
- Use import on the root pom, which will pull in all modules
- Wait (m2e takes awhile on initial import)