I am just getting started with Jboss 3.0.4 and things are going well for me EJB/JSP/Servlet wise. So far so good. My question has to do with some services I see starting up that seem to have no docs for them at all ( or at least docs I haven't found yet ). The one that caught my attention was the counter service. I looked at the source code and figured out it is some way to check on performance (I think). What's is unfortunate (at least in my boss's point of view) is that there wasn't some quick explination in a manual somewhere about what that service does and how to configure it and how to use it. Even after looking at the source, I probably couldn't tell you how to use it effectively.
Have I just missed the Service Plugin Docs somewhere?
(Note: Jboss could save a lot of question answering if they hand held people through the basics of deploying a EJB App, which the template project does, but also provide a condensed version of the J2EE docs. Not everyone has all the time in the world to read all of Sun's specs. I know, I know, you should, but when your boss is breathing over your shoulder and your vendor has at least given you the condensed, get work done version, your boss is much happier). This is currently one of the reasons I can't convince my boss to even give JBoss a shot. Although, as far as I can tell, Jboss' spec compliance is very good.