The applications in this section were written for a previous version of the server but have been modified to run on WildFly 8. Changes were made to resolve issues that arose during deployment and runtime or to fix problems with application behaviour. Each example below documents the changes that were made to get the application to run successfully on WildFly.
To see details on changes required to run this application on WildFly, see Seam 2 JPA example deployment on WildFly 8.
For details on how to migrate this demo application, see Seam 2 DVD Store example on WildFly 8 on Marek Novotny's Blog.
For details on how to migrate this demo application, see Seam 2 Booking example on WildFly 8 on Marek Novotny's Blog.
This document takes a somewhat different "brute force" approach. The idea is to deploy the binaries to WildFly, then see what issues you hit and learn how debug and resolve them. See Seam 2 Booking EAR Migration of Binaries - Step by Step.
Kris Verlaenen migrated this application from AS 5 to WildFly 8. For details about this migration, see jBPM5 on WildFly on his Kris's Blog.
Andy Miller migrated this application from AS 5 to WildFly. For details about this migration, see Order Application Migration from EAP5.1 to WildFly.
A step by step work through of issues, and their solutions, that might crop up when migrating applications to WildFly 8. See the following github project for details.
Applications in this section were designed and written specifically to use the features and functions of EE6.
- Quickstarts: A number of quickstart applications were written to demonstrate Java EE 6 and a few additional technologies. They provide small, specific, working examples that can be used as a reference for your own project. For more information about the quickstarts, see Get Started Developing Applications