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Not sure whether I get your question.
If you use a domain the servers are organized with server-groups, you define a configuration profile for a server group and if you configure a server at (slave) host you define the server-group to which the server is wired.
The domain controller will use the management API to provide the configuration and deployments for the used server-groups to this host instance.
Red Hat Linux 8.0? you seriously deploy to that? This is 12 years old distribution.
I am almost sure that Java7 does not run there anymore and as such WildFly won't run on it...
Ok Wolf-Dieter Fink thanks for your effort in advance.
You have answered our question very well and clearly, but we need to be sure we have understood the reply.
Suppose than the slave host has an application deployed and it needs to create a mysql database connection via jndi:
a) The domain controller via management API, sends a connection object??? to slave host.
b) Domain controller only provides the configuration an deployments to slave host.
if the correct is b:
Where the slave host save this information???? We haven´t found it neither on binary files of instance nor configuration files (domain.xml and host.xml) .
These is our main question, the place where configuration and deployments information is saved into slave host.
Sorry Tomaz Cerar we are wrong . the servers are linux box Redhat Eterprise Edition 2.6.18-238.el5 64 bits with jdk 7.0.
Thanks you in advance.