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2.6. Basic Configuration Issues

Now that we have examined the JBoss server, we will take a look at some of the main configuration files and what they are used for. All paths are relative to the server configuration directory (server/production, for example).

2.6.1. Core Services

The core services specified in the conf/jboss-service.xml file are started first when the server starts up. If you have a look at this file in an editor you will see MBeans for various services including logging, security, JNDI, JNDIView etc. Try commenting out the entry for the JNDIView service.
Note that because the mbeans definition had nested comments, we had to comment out the mbean in two sections, leaving the original comment as it was.
<!-- Section 1 commented out
<mbean code="org.jboss.naming.JNDIView"
    name="jboss:service=JNDIView"
    xmbean-dd="resource:xmdesc/JNDIView-xmbean.xml">
-->
    <!-- The HANamingService service name -->
<!-- Section two commented out
    <attribute name="HANamingService">jboss:service=HAJNDI</attribute></mbean>
-->
If you then restart JBoss, you will see that the JNDIView service no longer appears in the JMX Management Console (JMX Console) listing. In practice, you should rarely, if ever, need to modify this file, though there is nothing to stop you adding extra MBean entries in here if you want to. The alternative is to use a separate file in the deploy directory, which allows your service to be hot deployable.

 
 
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