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GlassFish V3 TP2 and NetBeans 6.1

Posted by ludo on May 4, 2008 at 4:18 AM PDT

Bonjour,



GlassFish
V3 TP2
is now available. If you want to use it, or even
download it from href="http://download.netbeans.org/netbeans/6.1/final/">
NetBeans 6.1, just fire the IDE, go the
tools->plugins menu and refresh the list of modules, you should
see 2 modules, one for Java EE development and one for jRuby projects.
Just watch the images to see how you can get both the NetBeans modules,
and then download the GlassFish V3 TP2 runtime, and see the 2 new
libraries registered by the Server: EclipseLink to do JPA entity beans
work and Grizzly Comet to do cool Comet Applications...

Most of the Java EE support from NetBeans 6.1 works with GlassFish V3
TP2 (Db to JPA, JPA to JSF, jMaki, Jersey RestFul services,...) and if
you are a jRuby on Rails developers, you can now select the GlassFish
server as s deployment target for your NetBeans jRoR projects...



Just scroll through the following images, and you'll know everything
about this new NetBeans/GlassFish integration:





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Ludo.


Comments

A complete screencast with all detailed steps is published at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/screencast_24_getting_started_with