Here are some Sample EJBs and examples which we can deploy on JBoss Application Server. Here we will mainly focus on the latest available version of EJB 3.0 and EJB3.1 on JBoss AS. As the JBoss AS7 is a good container of EJB3.0 an now becoming for EJB3.1 as well.

EJB specification intends to provide a standard way to implement the back-end ‘business’ code typically found in enterprise applications (as opposed to ‘front-end’ interface code). Such code addresses the same types of problems, and solutions to these problems are often repeatedly re-implemented by programmers. Enterprise Java Beans are intended to handle such common concerns as persistence, transactional integrity, and security in a standard way, leaving programmers free to concentrate on the particular problem at hand.


  1. Developing and Running a Stateless Session Bean 3.0 in JBoss AS6
  2. What are the minimum set of Jars required for a JBoss EJB client JBoss AS6?
  3. Using @RolesAllowed annotation to Secure EJB3 in JBoss AS6
  4. How to configure an MDB to access a remote queue in JBoss AS 6?
  5. JBoss AS7 with Async Servlet And Async EJB3
  6. Invoking a Local Stateless Bean from a Servlet in JBoss AS7
  7. Basic JPA2.0 Demo with Hibernate as persistence provider on JBoss AS7
  8. EJB3.1 Automatic Schedulers in JBoss AS7
  9. Resteasy and JPA with Hibernate as Provider in JBoss AS7
  10. Minimum Jars Required for Client app to remotely Invoke EJBs in JBoss AS7
  11. EJB Specific Deployment descriptors in WebLogic and JBoss
  12. Simplified way of EJB Remote Lookup in JBoss AS7.1.0.Final
  13. Custom Security-Domain and RolesAllowed EJB3 on JBossAS7.1.1Final
  14. Accessing EJB3 Remotely over SSL in JBossAS7.1.1.Final
  15. JBossAS7 controlling Client side Logging while using jboss-client.jar
  16. JPA2 with OpenJPA 2.2.0 in JBossAS7.1.1
  17. JPA2 with Oracle TopLink 12c (12.1.1) in JBossAS7.1.1


JBoss AS7 How can i be always updated !!!



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MiddlewareMagic Team

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