3 Replies Latest reply on May 21, 2014 10:39 AM by Thomas Segismont

    RHQ

    Scott j Newbie

      On JBoss AS 7,  can I configure the following parameters using  RHQ

       

      JNDI

      JDBC Data source (such as oracle thin driver)

      JAAS (user name and password)

      Deploy EAR

       

      Anotehr question, is RHQ a GUI based admin tool?

       

       

      Thanks

       

      Scott

        • 1. Re: RHQ
          Thomas Segismont Expert

          With RHQ you can deploy EAR archives, create and configure Datasources and Security Domains.

           

          For the JNDI and JAAS user name and password part of your question I'm not sure what you mean.

          • 2. Re: RHQ
            Scott j Newbie

            Besides download and install the JBoss AS, if I still need RHQ, do I have to have a separate downloading and instllation of it (RHQ)?

             

             

            As for the JNDI is a namespace with that I can reference to the JDBC datasource dynamically (otherwise I'll need to hardcode it in my Java program).

             

            The username and the pasword are used for accessing my database;  Otherwise, I'll need to specify them in my Java program by hardcoding.

            • 3. Re: RHQ
              Thomas Segismont Expert
              Besides download and install the JBoss AS, if I still need RHQ, do I have to have a separate downloading and instllation of it (RHQ)?

              Yes, you have to. RHQ is a separate software component.

               

              As for the JNDI is a namespace with that I can reference to the JDBC datasource dynamically (otherwise I'll need to hardcode it in my Java program).

               

              The username and the pasword are used for accessing my database;  Otherwise, I'll need to specify them in my Java program by hardcoding.

               

              Here's how I understand you requirements: for some reason, you need to switch the database your application is connecting to. In this case, you'll reconfigure your datasource with RHQ, but you don't need to change the name of the datasource in your application.