An EJB container manages the Enterprise Beans contained within it. For each Enterprise Bean, the container is responsible for registering the object, creating and destroying object instances, checking security for the object, managing its active state, and coordinating distributed transactions.
The configuration of the EJB container in earlier releases of JBoss was made through the
conf/standardjboss.xml file. This file is still present in the 5.0 distribution for backward compatibility with EJB 1.x 2.x specifications. However, if you are focusing on the EJB 3.x release your new configuration file is
ejb3-interceptors-aop.xml, located in the
deploy folder of your server.
This file contains a lot of information, but ...