[forge-dev] Forge plugin for different Application Servers
rafaelcba at gmail.com
Tue Nov 6 06:30:26 EST 2012
I'll take a look at this option.
Rafael Torres Coelho Soares
On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 9:41 PM, Dan Allen <dan.j.allen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ideally, support for multiple application servers (even AS 7) would be
> done by leveraging Arquillian's container adapters. You don't want to have
> to do all the work again of creating these adapters, so reuse is key.
> Arquillian's container adapters are not coupled to the Arquillian Core, so
> you can use them standalone.
> There is a prototype of a maven plugin that supports any container with an
> Arquillian adapter here:
> You'll likely just want to use this as a reference point when developing
> the forge plugin (you don't have to go through Maven).
> Of course, you could also create a Forge plugin that simply configures the
> Arquillian Maven plugin. Feel free to experiment to figure out which
> approach is best.
> On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 6:09 AM, Rafael Soares <rafaelcba at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello guys.
>> I'm a completely newbie Forge user. Looking on Forge plugins I was
>> wondering how complex would be develop a plugin for Glassfish v3 AS.
>> I've cloned the jboss-as7 plugin from Github to look at the code and I
>> could observe it uses the AS7 CLI API to interact with or manage the JBoss
>> AS7. But I was wondering if would be possible to manage an AS using just
>> it's Maven Plugin or a REST API (if provided by AS).
>> Many modern Application Servers, as JBossAS7, has Maven Plugin which
>> supports basic management functions (start, stop, deploy, redeploy), and
>> some others has REST Management APIs. So, I would like to know what do you
>> think about use these kind of API to develop AS management plugins instead
>> specific AS management API (like AS7 CLI API)?
>> Rafael Torres Coelho Soares
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