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jboss-deploy (3) Versions 0.4.0

Deploy applications to Jboss-eap

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jboss-deploy Cookbook

This cookbook deploys war files in jboss-eap server for both standalone and domain modes.

Requirements

Platforms

  • RHEL/CentOS
  • jboss-eap 6.4

Chef

  • Chef 12.0 or later

Attributes

jboss-deploy::default

Custom Resources

deployer

The full syntax for all the properties that are available to the deployer resource is:


deployer 'name' do

      file_loc      String, default: '/tmp'
      owner         String, default: 'root'
      group         String, default: 'root'
      mode          String, default: '644'
      package_url   String
      checksum      String
      module_name   String
      host          String, default: '127.0.0.1'
      offset        Integer, default: 0
      jboss_mode    String, default: 'standalone'
      jboss_home    String, default: '/opt/jboss/'
      mgmtport      Integer, default: 9999
      action        Symbol, default: deploy

end

where

  • file_loc - determines the package download location. (temporary)
  • owner - the OS user.
  • group - the OS user group.
  • mode - defines the permissions.
  • package_url - the package URL.
  • checksum - the checksum of the package. (sha256)
  • module_name - defines the name of the module.
  • host - the host name for cli access.
  • offset - specifies the offset of the jboss instances.
  • jboss_mode - defines the jboss mode, default standalone.
  • jboss_home - Jboss home directory.
  • mgmtport - Jboss management port.
  • action must be set as deploy or undeploy.

jmodule

(Supports on standalone and domain modes.)

The full syntax for all the properties that are available to the jmodule resource is:


jmodule 'name' do

      owner             String, default: 'root'
      module_name       String
      host              String, default: '127.0.0.1'
      offset            Integer, default: 0
      jboss_home        String, default: '/opt/jboss/'
      mgmtport          Integer, default: 9999
      jdbc_loc          String
      dep_list          String
      jdbc_driver_name  String
      class_name        String
      action            Symbol, default: create

end


where

  • owner - the OS user.
  • module_name - defines the name of the module
  • host - the host name for cli access.
  • offset - specifies the offset of the jboss instances.
  • jboss_home - Jboss home directory.
  • mgmtport - Jboss management port.
  • jdbc_loc - jdbc driver location.
  • dep_list - specifies the list of dependencies.
  • jdbc_driver_name - defines the driver name.
  • class_name - defines the fully qualified class.
  • action must be set as create.

datasource

(Supports on standalone and domain modes.)

The full syntax for all the properties that are available to the datasource resource is:


datasource 'name' do

      owner             String, default: 'root'
      host              String, default: '127.0.0.1'
      offset            Integer, default: 0
      jboss_home        String, default: '/opt/jboss/'
      mgmtport          Integer, default: 9999
      jdbc_loc          String
      dep_list          String
      jdbc_driver_name  String
      class_name        String
      username          String
      password          String
      action            Symbol, default: create

end

  • owner - the OS user.
  • module_name - defines the name of the module
  • host - the host name for cli access.
  • offset - specifies the offset of the jboss instances.
  • jboss_home - Jboss home directory.
  • mgmtport - Jboss management port.
  • jdbc_loc - jdbc driver location.
  • dep_list - specifies the list of dependencies.
  • jdbc_driver_name - defines the driver name.
  • class_name - defines the fully qualified class.
  • username - database user name.
  • password - database password.
  • action must be set as create.

Usage

jboss-deploy::default

Just include jboss-deploy in your node's run_list:

{
  "name":"my_node",
  "run_list": [
    "recipe[jboss-deploy]"
  ]
}

Clone

git clone https://github.com/jantwisted/chef-jboss-deploy.git

Contributing

  1. Fork the repository on Github
  2. Create a named feature branch (like add_component_x)
  3. Write your change
  4. Write tests for your change (if applicable)
  5. Run the tests, ensuring they all pass
  6. Submit a Pull Request using Github

License and Authors

Authors: Janith (janith@member.fsf.org)

Dependent cookbooks

This cookbook has no specified dependencies.

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

jboss-deploy CHANGELOG

This file is used to list changes made in each version of the jboss-deploy cookbook.

0.1.0

  • [Janith] - Initial release of jboss-deploy.

0.2.0

  • [Janith] - Supports Jboss Jboss domain mode.

0.3.0

  • [Janith] - Supports modules and datasources (standalone mode only).

0.4.0

  • [Janith] - Some enhancements to all resources.

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