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Sample Application using dojo, the Java API for Restful Web Services JAX-RS, and the Java Persistence APIs a Dynamic Ajax table example using dojo and RESTful Web Services on Glassfish This Sample Catalog app demonstrates a RESTful Web Service, coded using JAX-RS: Java API for RESTful Web Services (JSR-311) and Java Persistence API, which provides a list of customers, and a Dojo...
on Jul 28, 2008
Are you a student interested in demonstrating the diverse and powerful features of GlassFish ? Are you a professor who would like to teach GlassFish in your curriculum ? Do you train other people in enterprise technology ? Are you involved in education community in any manner ? If the answer to any of the above questions is Yes, then spotlight.dev.java.net is onestop that provides a list of...
on Jul 28, 2008
This TOTD (Tip Of The Day) shows how to create a Persistence Unit (PU) for a MySQL database using NetBeans IDE. This PU can then be used in any of Java EE artifacts (JSP, Servlet, EJB, ...) for database interaction. In NetBeans IDE, create a new project Create a new NetBeans Web project and enter the values ("Autocomplete") as shown: and click on "Next". Choose GlassFish...
on Jul 25, 2008
There is a lot happening this summer with Grizzly. We have two new commiters, several new tutorials, a new lead and our community is growing. Happy summer from the monster... First, we have new Grizzlies commiters: John Vieten (from Conclude.com) has been active for a while, helping the community, writing tutorial and more. Shing Wai Chan (from Sun) has been improving our Bayeux support,...
on Jul 24, 2008
I briefly introduced the MEP client architecture in my previous post. In this post, we will take a closer look at the client architecture and use it as a foundation for the next few blog entries that will focus on the details of the programming model. 30,000ft View The MEP client SDK, also known as the "Mobile Client Business Object API" or MCBO, is simply a Java ME library that enables bi-...
on Jul 24, 2008
JRuby 1.1.3 was released last week - download here. The highlights are: 82 issues resolved since JRUby 1.1.2 RubyGem 1.2 (phew, finally Gem installation is much faster again :) Bunch of Compatibility and Performance problems Going forward, JRuby point releases will be on a 3-4 week frequency. And you can always checkout the trunk and build yourself. Here are few simple steps to get you...
on Jul 21, 2008
I presented on GlassFish at Utah JUG yesterday, slides are available. The topic provided insight into GlassFish v2, the current production version, and GlassFish v3 - the upcoming modular, embeddable & extensible version. The slides have data on leading adoption indicators on how GlassFish momentum. There were close to 100 attendees and the list of sponsors is certainly impressive...
on Jul 18, 2008
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on Jul 17, 2008
The JavaOne 2008 MEP slides provide a very good technical overview of the platform and its many features - Take a look! Unfortunately, the session wasn't recorded, so there's no audio or video to accompany the slides. The presentation covers the platform's features and overall architecture including the client and connector programming models, security model, provisioning, and much more....
on Jul 17, 2008
Will you be in Salt Lake City this Thursday evening and would like to hear the latest about GlassFish ? I'll be presenting at Utah JUG. Here are some of the topics I plan to discuss: GlassFish v2 powerful feature set that makes it the preferred deployment platform NetBeans, Eclipse & IntelliJ in action using GlassFish GlassFish v3 Modularization, Embedability &...
on Jul 16, 2008
DZone released GlassFish reference card which is a great summary of features including installation, common administration tasks, clustering and load balancing and much more. The card was originally proposed and worked upon by Masoud Kalali - an active GlassFish community member. You can always find more up-to-date information at glassfish.org. Truly a community effort, thanks Masoud!...
on Jul 16, 2008
I've spent the last year working on a new product at Sun called the Mobile Enterprise Platform (MEP), which enables mobile access to enterprise data. Using MEP, you can easily develop mobile applications capable of synchronizing data between Java enabled mobile devices and corporate back-end EIS systems such as Siebel and SAP or traditional relational JDBC databases. The platform is built upon...
on Jul 15, 2008
Do you want to Work in Scripting and Dynamic Languages and associated Web frameworks such as Ruby/Rails, Groovy/Grails, Python/Django Learn the Open Source work culture Work with and in the GlassFish team in a dynamic, innovative and fast-paced environment Engage in highly technical/strategic engineering discussions Become famous by writing blogs/participating in forums Are you a new graduate...
on Jul 14, 2008
In case that you are a glassfish administrator or a developer who uses glassfish in day to day development tasks then you will find GlassFish Reference Card a valuable source of information to keep you away from searching the web or administration references. The reference card contains most important administration commands, security tips, performance tuning tips, clustering and monitoring...
on Jul 14, 2008
A couple of emails to achieve Single Sign On using Sun Access Manager in a Rails app - that's pretty cool! A brief summary of the solution is: Warbler builds a war file out of your Rails app using jruby-rack. Drop your .jar libraries in the rails lib dir. Muck with your web.xml so you can make it use a filter. Drop the .war file on your server. Done. A little method called servlet_request is now...
on Jul 11, 2008
IntelliJ IDEA 7.0.x include plugins that provide support for configuring GlassFish. This blog provides clear instructions on how to get started by developing and deploying a JSP, Servlet and Web services using GlassFish in IntelliJ. The instructions are using IntelliJ 7.0.3 Build #7757 (with no additional plugins). Create a new project Clicking on "Create New Project" or "File", "New Project...
on Jul 10, 2008
2008 Readers Choice Awards from SYS-CON SOA World Magazine are announced. There are quite a few projects from GlassFish and sister communities. The nominations are: GlassFish Best App Server Hudson Best Automation Tool Metro Best Framework NetBeans Best IDE Java CAPS Best Integration Tool Project OpenESB Best Open Source SOA Tool Metro: XML and Web Services Security &...
on Jul 10, 2008
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on Jul 9, 2008
My Google Alerts pointed me to an old song on Java EE 5 by Roumen. Enjoy a blogger's geekiness about technology and the lyrics are: Ladies and gentlemen, this is Java EE 5! One, two, three, four, five There's a technology I use day and night For my application with a web frontend They told me to use .Net But I really don´t wanna So many bugs I fixed last week. My code is neat and talk is a...
on Jul 9, 2008
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on Jul 8, 2008