eXo Kernel is the basis of all eXo Platform products and modules. In this chapter, you will have opportunity to learn about deep topics of eXo Kernel via the following topics:
Information about ExoContainer and the container hierarchy.
Basic knowledge of modes, services and containers.
Instructions on how to set up a sample service with some configurations and how to access the configuration parameters.
Information about the container configuration, such as Kernel configuration namespace, how configuration files are loaded, System property configuration, Variable Syntaxes, Runtime configuration profiles, Component request life cycle, and Thread Context Holder.
Information about the inversion of control design pattern.
Information about the XML schema of the service configuration.xml file is, the configuration retrieval and its logging.
Instructions on how to use the
priority tag to define the component plugin's load priority.
Description of how the ListenerService works and how to configure the ListenerService.
Information about Initial Context Binder and methods for binding reference.
Information about Job Scheduler service, where and how it is used in eXo products and some sample configurations.
Basic and advanced concepts of eXo Cache, sample codes, and more.
DataSourceProvider and its default configuration.
Basic knowledge of JNDI naming, such as what it is, how it works and how it is used.
Information about logging frameworks that eXo leverages and how to configure to use them.
Information about the management view of the various sub-systems of platform, API of managed framework, and Cache Service example.
Information about RPC Service, its configuration and how to use the SingleMethodCallCommand method.