The following documentation is a guide on how to install, configure and administer the JBoss AS 5 server. You can also obtain more information regarding some of the topics that will be discussed JSP and Servlets, I also have discussed Java.
Learning Tomcat will help in learning JBoss, so take a look at Tomcat for a more detailed explanation on some of the topics that are discussed below.
The site has been comprised of reading the following books and real world experience, if you are new to JBoss I highly recommend that you should purchase this book as it contains far more information than this web site contains and of course the Official JBoss web site contains all the documentation you will ever need.
Please feel free to email me any constructive criticism you have with the site as any additional knowledge or mistakes that I have made would be most welcomed.
JBoss Application Server
Configuring Web Server
Securing Web Applications
Configuring Enterprise Applications
Configuring Web Services
JBoss in Production
JBoss AS Books
|JBoss in Action - Javid Jamae and Peter Johnson
||It took me a couple of reads to grasp this book, sometimes I did get completely lost, it does help if you download JBoss and play around with it. The book itself is very modular which means you can pick a chapter and just learn about that particular subject without reading any other chapters. It covers the basics of JBoss without going into to much detail which is ideal for a beginner like me.
|JBoss at Work - Tom Marrs and Scott Davis
||Although for version 4 its a good starting point if you are new to JBoss (like me). The administration side is light but you have plenty of web application examples, so it compliments the book above
|Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 - Bill Burke and Richard Monson-Haefel
||This is mainly a EJB book but does use JBoss for its examples, so you can pick up some information on JBoss, again this compliments the JBoss in action book.