In AS7 you will not find MBean based "JMSProviderLoader". It by default uses HornetQ as messaging provider and all the connection factory related configurations can be found inside the "full"/"full-ha" profiles (by default contains) messaging subsystem. So if you want to check the JNDI names of connection-factories and if you want to configure messaging destinations then you can define them inside the same messaging subsystem.
You can also use the "* -jms.xml" file But only for defining JMS destinations (Queues/Topics)
I have added the messaging related configurations from standalone-full.xml file to standalone.xml file. Then configured queues required by the application. But how can I use the security domain that we used before.
This JmsXARealm is also configured in boss:domain:security:1.1 section but how to point messaging sub system to use this security realm?
You can configure the security domain for your Messaging service using the <security-domain> tag inside the hornetq server tag or you can use your the CLI command to assign a security domain to your messaging server.
By default we need to create users inside the ApplicationRealm (user with default role as "guest") in order to access messaging resources.
[standalone@localhost:9999 /] /subsystem=messaging/hornetq-server=default:write-attribute(name=security-domain,value="YOUR_SECURITY_DOMAIN")
<subsystem xmlns="urn:jboss:domain:messaging:1.2"> <hornetq-server> <persistence-enabled>true</persistence-enabled> <security-domain>YOUR_SECURITY_DOMAIN</security-domain>
Refer to thread : Re: Setup custom JAAS login module in HornetQ with JBoss 7.1.1.Final for more details on this.