3.4. Download the Quickstart Code Examples

3.4.1. Download the Quickstarts

Summary

JBoss EAP 6 comes with a comprehensive set of quickstart code examples designed to help users begin writing applications using the Java EE 6 technologies.

If you chose to install the quickstart examples when you installed JBoss EAP, you can skip this topic. Otherwise, you can download them now under the Red Hat JBoss Developer Program or the Full Red Hat JBoss Commercial Program. Follow the procedure below that matches your program choice.

Procedure 3.8. Download the Quickstarts under the Full Red Hat JBoss Commercial Program

Follow this procedure if you are participating in the Full Red Hat JBoss Commercial Program. For more information about this program, see Section 1.4, “About the Full Red Hat JBoss Commercial Program”.
  1. Open a browser and log into the Red Hat Customer Portal at https://access.redhat.com.
  2. Click Downloads.
  3. Click Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform in the Product Downloads list.
  4. Select the correct JBoss EAP version from the Version drop-down menu.
  5. Find Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6.x.x Quickstarts in the list and click the Download option.
  6. You are prompted to save the Zip file to a directory of your choice. Choose a directory and save the file.
  7. Unzip the archive in a directory of your choosing.

Procedure 3.9. Download the Quickstarts under the Red Hat JBoss Developer Program

Follow this procedure if you are participating in the Red Hat JBoss Developer Program. For more information about this program, see Section 1.3, “About the Red Hat JBoss Developer Program”.
  1. Open a web browser and access this URL: http://www.jboss.org/products/eap/
  2. Click the Download JBoss EAP link on the left side of the page to display product download information.
  3. Under Download JBoss EAP, click the Quickstarts link to download a Zip archive containing the examples.
  4. You are prompted to save the ZIP file to a directory of your choice. Choose a directory and save the file.
  5. Unzip the archive in a directory of your choosing.