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How to create Thread Pool in Jboss

 
vijay sachin
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Hi,

I am new to JBOSS 5.1.0 can any body tell me how to configure thread pool in JBOSS. Which config files need to be modified. I don't have any idea.

I gone through so many links, but cannot find any good materials. Please explains me if any body knows.

It would be great if any Sample code provided.

This link show how to configure thread pool in jboss : http://community.jboss.org/wiki/ConfigBasicThreadPool

But they have not given which xml file I need to add and in java code how can I use it?

Configuration of a BasicThreadPool
The basic thread pool provides a simple thread pooling service
Example Configuration

 
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vijay sachin wrote:Hi,

I am new to JBOSS 5.1.0 can any body tell me how to configure thread pool in JBOSS. Which config files need to be modified. I don't have any idea.



Isn't this the same question which you asked and got an answer here http://www.coderanch.com/t/528949/JBoss/configure-Thread-pool-JBOSS
 
vijay sachin
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But the above link shows how to creates MDB pool.
But I need to know how can we creat normal Thread pool in jboss

While googling I got to see this one link http://community.jboss.org/wiki/ConfigBasicThreadPool

But below they had not specified which xml file I need to change. And also I need to know how can I use this Java code


Configuration of a BasicThreadPool
The basic thread pool provides a simple thread pooling service
Example Configuration
 
Peter Johnson
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It would help if you didn't ask this same question in multiple locations because having multiple conversations only leads to confusion. Locking.
 
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