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Deploying an Application with JBoss EAP and Apache Maven

JBoss Enterprise Application Platform provides an extensive Java EE-based application server to which we can deploy and manage our applications. Oftentimes, this can be as simple as deploying a provided WAR or EAR file to our configured server, but when we're creating development environments or otherwise want access to our pre-compiled application files, we can pair JBoss with Apache Maven, which will build our application before JBoss deploys it.

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Clock icon Intermediate
Clock icon 30m
Clock icon Jan 24, 2020

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Table of Contents

  1. Challenge

    Install Apache Maven

    Install Maven using sudo yum install maven.

  2. Challenge

    Deploy the Application

    1. Move into the kitchensink directory:

      cd kitchensink
    2. Review the contents. It contains a pom.xml file for building and deploying the project in Maven. The project itself is stored in the src directory, along with tests.

    3. Deploy the application:

      sudo mvn clean install wildfly:deploy
    4. Visit PUBLICIP:8080/kitchensink to ensure the application is working.

  3. Challenge

    Make a Change to the Application

    1. Undeploy the application:

      mvn wildfly:undeploy
    2. Make a superficial change to the application:

      vim src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/templates/default.xhtml
    3. Update the title to add a change:

      <title>Add a change!</title>
  4. Challenge

    Redeploy the Application

    1. Deploy the application once more; notice how much faster it deploys this time:

      sudo mvn clean install wildfly:deploy
    2. Visit the application and take note of your change.

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