This section covers how to configure the Parasoft JDBC Driver for JBoss.

JBoss application servers (including servers using PostgreSQL) can be configured as follows:

  1. Add the parasoft module.
    1. Under {jboss install}/module create the directories com/parasoft/main.
    2. In the main directory, add ParasoftJDBCDriver.jar and the following module.xml file:

      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?>
      	<module xmlns="urn:jboss:module:1.0" name="com.parasoft">
      			<resource-root path="ParasoftJDBCDriver.jar"/>
      			<module name="javax.api"/>
      			<module name="original.module"/>

      Replace "original.module" with the name of your existing database module

      For example, if you are using Postgres, replace <module name="original.module"/> with <module name="org.postgres"/>

  2. Configure the standalone.xml drivers by adding the following driver xml fragment:

    <driver name="parasoft" module="com.parasoft">

    More vendor-specific information:

    See JDBC Driver Implementation Classes for additional information on vendor-speicif driver implementation classes.

  3. Update the standalone.xml data source.
    1. Set the data source’s driver name to "parasoft".
    2. Update the connection-url as needed. Be sure to replace host, port and database with the host, port and database of your server. For example:

      jdbc:parasoft:proxydriver:[original driver fully qualified class name]:@[original driver connection URL]

      If you’re using PostgreSQL, this would be:

  4. Configure the AUT’s startup parameters to use the Java system property
  5. Configure the driver properties for the Parasoft JDBC Driver (e.g., virtualizeServerUrl, virtualizeGroupId). For details, see Driver/System Properties Required for All Environments.
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