Category: Wildfly

Defining a JavaEE Datasource in your WAR File

Defining a JavaEE DataSource in your WAR file

In a previous article, I walked through adding MySQL’s JDBC driver into WildFly. This seems to be the preferred way of using JDBC Drivers and defining DataSources for your applications. The advantage this has...

Adding the MySQL JDBC driver into Wildfly

Out of the box, Wildfly only comes with an H2 JDBC driver. Most likely, you have a different database such as Oracle, MS SQL, or MySQL. As long as you have access to Wildfly,...

Defining a JavaEE Datasource in Wildfly

Just about every application built using JavaEE will need a datasource. The easiest and, in my opinion, the best way to do it is to create it through Wildfly’s administration UI. Before we can...