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2.2.2. The "default" Server Configuration File Set

The "default" server configuration file set is located in the JBOSS_DIST/jboss-as/server/default directory. Let's take a look at the contents of the default server configuration file set:
jboss-eap-
<version>
                // jboss.home_url
	|+ doc
	|+ jboss-as
		|+ bin
		|+ client
		|+ docs
		|+ lib                        // jboss.lib.url
		|+ server
			|+ all               // jboss.server.name
			|+ default           // jboss.server.home.url
				|+ conf      // jboss.server.config.url
					|+ props
					|+ xmdesc
					-  jbossjta-properties.xml  
					-  jboss-minimal.xml  
					-  jndi.properties                   
					-  standardjboss.xml
					-  jboss-log4j.xml
					-  jboss-service.xml
					-  login-config.xml
					-  standardjbosscmp-jdbc.xml
				|+ deploy
					|+ ejb3.deployer
					|+ http-invoker.sar
					|+ jboss-aop-jdk50.deployer
					|+ jboss-bean.deployer
					|+ jboss-web.deployer
					|+ jbossws.sar
					|+ jboss-messaging.sar
					|+ jmx-console.war
					|+ management
					|+ uuid-key-generator.sar
					-  bsh-deployer.xml
					-  cache-invalidation-service.xml
					-  client-deployer-service.xml
					-  ear-deployer.xml
					-  ejb3-interceptors-aop.xml
					-  ejb-deployer.xml
					-  hsqldb-ds.xml
					-  jboss-ha-local-jdbc.rar
					-  jboss-ha-xa-jdbc.rar
					-  jbossjca-service.xml
					-  jboss-local-jdbc.rar
					-  jboss-xa-jdbc.rar
					-  jms-ds.rar
					-  jms-ra.rar
					-  jmx-invoker-service.xml
					-  jsr88-service.xml
					-  mail-ra.rar
					-  mail-service.xml
					-  monitoring-service.xml
					-  properties-service.xml
					-  quartz-ra.rar
					-  schedule-manager-service.xml
					-  scheduler-service.xml
					-  sqlexception-service.xml
				|+ lib            // jboss.server.lib.url
			|+ minimal
			|+ production
	|+ seam
	|+ Uninstaller                          // jboss.uninstaller.url

2.2.2.1. Contents of "conf" directory

The files in the conf directory are explained in the following table.
File Description
jboss-minimal.xml This is a minimalist example of the jboss-service.xml configuration file. (This is the jboss-service.xml file used in the minimal configuration file set)
jboss-service.xml jboss-service.xml defines the core services and their configurations.
jndi.properties The jndi.properties file specifies the JNDI InitialContext properties that are used within the JBoss server when an InitialContext is created using the no-arg constructor.
jboss-log4j.xml This file configures the Apache log4j framework category priorities and appenders used by the JBoss server code.
jbossjta-properties.xml This file provides the default configuration for the transaction manager.
login-config.xml This file contains sample server side authentication configurations that are applicable when using JAAS based security.
props/* The props directory contains the users and roles property files for the jmx-console.
standardjboss.xml This file provides the default container configurations.
standardjbosscmp-jdbc.xml This file provides a default configuration file for the JBoss CMP engine.
xmdesc/*-mbean.xml The xmdesc directory contains XMBean descriptors for several services configured in the jboss-service.xml file.
Table 2.3. Contents of "conf" directory


 
 
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