Category Archives: Application Servers

#RedHat #JBoss and #Artemis dead-letter queue issue

After migrating from ActiveMq to the embeded JBoss EAP Artemis messaging server ( see link ) I was getting the following error related to the dead message queue (the default queue where messages that failed to be processed end up). 10:21:04,620 WARN [org.wildfly.iiop.openjdk] (ServerService Thread Pool — 7) WFLYIIOP0111: SSL has not been configured but… Read More »

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Allow the use of a transacted session in a #Servlet with #JMS broker #Artemis

The open-source application server WildFly from which the RedHat owned JBoss application server is derived is one of the most used Java application server lately. This is caused by the strong market consolidation that is happening that caused the Java application server environment to become very restricted. Basically the only open-source enterprise grade Java application… Read More »

#EasyRSA Certificate based authentication of #SoapUI client to a secure WebService running on #JBoss or #WildFly application server

The following is a very quick guide on how to set up a EasyRSA certificate based authentication of SoapUI API client to connect to a WebService based API that runs on JBoss or WildFly. Generate a local CA with EasyRSA Download and install easy-rsa – https://github.com/OpenVPN/easy-rsa Go to the installation folder and change the following… Read More »

#Java #Weblogic : The server is in an incompatible state

WebLogic application server has its share of mind boggling error messages the same as its competition like WebSphere or JBoss. For some weird reason my servers (WebLogic version of a JVM instance) all dies and entered the weird state of “INCOMPATIBLE STATE”. Of course the author of that state label forgot to mention “incompatible with… Read More »

XA datasources with #WebSphere and #Oracle

When using XA data sources with Websphere and Oracle we must grant to the Oracle user rights to perform XA recovery. STEP 1: Create an XA datasource AdminTask.createJDBCProvider(‘[-scope Node=’+ node +’,Server=’+serverName +’ -databaseType Oracle -providerType “Oracle JDBC Driver” -implementationType “XA data source” -name “‘+jdbcXAProviderName +'” -description “Oracle JDBC Driver (XA)” -classpath [${ORACLE_JDBC_DRIVER_PATH}/ojdbc7.jar ] -nativePath “”… Read More »