What is it?
JBoss AS bundles H2 as an in-memory, in-process database. H2 is written in Java so can run on any platform JBoss AS runs.
This is quickstart shows you how to use the H2 console with JBoss Enterprise Platform 6 or JBoss AS 7. It uses the
greeter quickstart as a GUI for entering data.
All you need to build this project is Java 6.0 (Java SDK 1.6) or better, Maven 3.0 or better.
The application this project produces is designed to be run on JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 or JBoss AS 7.
If you have not yet done so, you must Configure Maven before testing the quickstarts.
This quickstart depends on the deployment of the 'greeter' quickstart. Before running this quickstart, see the greeter README file for details on how to deploy it.
You can verify the deployment of the
greeter quickstart by accessing the following URL: http://localhost:8080/jboss-as-greeter
Note: Unlike most of the quickstarts, this one requires JBoss AS 7.1.x or later.
Deploy the H2 Console
This quickstart comes bundled with a version of the H2 Console built for JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 and JBoss AS 7. The changes that have been made to the stock console are described below.
Deploy the console by copying the
QUICKSTART_HOME/h2-console/h2console.war to the
Access the H2 Console
You can access the console at the following URL: http://localhost:8080/h2console.
You need to enter the JDBC URL, and credentials. To access the "test" database that the
greeter quickstart uses, enter these details:
- JDBC URL:
- User Name:
Click on the Test Connection button to make sure you can connect. If you can, go ahead and click Connect.
Investigate the H2 Console
Take a look at the data added by the
greeter application. Run the following SQL command:
select * from users;
You should see the two users seeded by the
greeter quickstart, plus any users you added when testing that application.
Changes to the H2 Console for JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 and JBoss AS 7
To make the H2 console run on JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 and JBoss AS 7, the H2 libraries were removed from the WAR and a dependency on the H2 module was added to the META-INF/MANIFEST.MF fle. The rebuilt console is provided with this quickstart.
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- Jun 12, 2013: Modify readme file internal links to use generated anchors. remove hard-coded anchors. fixed obsolete links and other markdown rendering problems Sande Gilda
- Feb 12, 2013: Add quickstart source repository of record to the readme files Sande Gilda
- Nov 30, 2012: Update greeter jdbc url Sande Gilda
- Sep 11, 2012: Add target product (https://issues.jboss.org/browse/jdf-108) Sande Gilda
- May 18, 2012: Move metadata to quickstarts Pete Muir
- Apr 11, 2012: Remove odd trailing slashes Pete Muir
- Apr 10, 2012: Solve issue #194 :-) auto transform links from readme.md -> readme.html Pete Muir
- Apr 05, 2012: Missed adding the arquillian instructions, fixed indentations, modified jta-crash-rec and jts-distributed-crash-rec, add missing authors Sande Gilda
- Apr 01, 2012: More readme cleanup Sande Gilda
- Mar 26, 2012: Attempt to standardize readme.md files Sande Gilda
- Jan 26, 2012: Make the readme files consistent with titles, sections (what is it?, etc), and project and product names. uppercase readme.html file names Sande Gilda
- Jan 16, 2012: Jira as7-2323: add getting started developing applications guide link to all readme.md files. change readme.md files to uppercase for consistency Sande Gilda
- Dec 23, 2011: Add h2 console quickstart Pete Muir