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A standalone server is one of two operating modes for the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform. A standalone server is analogous to the only running mode of previous versions of the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform. Each server in a server group shares the same configuration and deployments. The other host controllers are configured to delegate domain management tasks to it.
JBoss Enterprise Edition 6 supports the Full Profile.Individual instances of the container (servers) are organized into server groups.Each server in a server group shares the same configuration and deployments.Server groups can include servers from multiple physical or virtual hosts.A server group's configuration is referred to as a profile. A process which runs on managed domain instance which manages and propagates configurations across physical hosts, server groups, and servers.JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 introduces significant changes from previous versions, as well as many completely new features and concepts.
This topic groups and summarizes new terminology, with links to more information about the specific terms.
See Section 18.104.22.168, “Java Enterprise Edition 6 Full Profile” for more details.
The Java Enterprise Edition 6 (EE 6) specification defines a concept of profiles, and defines two of them as part of the specification.
JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 uses a new modular class loading system for controlling the class paths of deployed applications.
This system provides more flexibility and control than the traditional system of hierarchical class loaders.
JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 includes a simplified directory structure, compared to previous versions.