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Bhavanishankar S

Bhavani is a B.E. graduate in Computer Science from KREC (pka NITK) who has worked for Sun Microsystems since July 2001 as a software developer. He has worked on VPN technologies, Integration and Installer Projects, Mobile Access technologies and Application Server development project. His current working areas are mainly Embedded GlassFish and SailFin CAFE. He likes making friends, traveling, playing indoor games, listening to music, and watching movies.

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This blog lists the tips, tricks and answers to some of the commonly asked questions on Embedded GlassFish. This list is not sorted in any order. As I recalled I just listed them out here, and...

This blog describes how to configure org.glassfish:maven-embedded-glassfish-plugin for deploying more than one application.

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Accessing MySQL from Embedded GlassFish

To start using Embedded GlassFish Server Open Source Edition 3.1 in your Maven project, all you need to do is to have the following configuration in your pom.xml:

<project...

Embeddability of GlassFish is been around for quite some time now. In 3.1, the embeddable APIs have been revised. Most of the GlassFish community is already aware of the API revision, however I...

This blog shows how to programatically change the log levels of a particular logger in Embedded GlassFish.

In one of my previous blog, I provided some preliminary notes about...

MSRP support in CAFE has been evolving since I last wrote about it.

Among the many new things, I am going to cover one of its important capability i.e., ability to send large file(s) from a...

MSRP protocol support has been recently added to SailFin CAFE. This feature is available in the latest sailfin-cafe downloads.

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This blog answers some of the commonly asked questions about SailFin HA...

What is rolling upgrade?

Rolling upgrade is a zero downtime upgrade of the SailFin cluster.

It can broadly be classfied into the following types :


The newly introduced "Basic3pcc" sample demonstrates a simple Third Party Call...

It is very easy to use SailFin server as an Instant Messaging server (IM server).

Using the converged container, the SIP component and the JavaEE components (eg., MDB) can share the resources, and the SIP functionality can be used inside the MDB.

The flash demo embedded...

An article which covers most of the aspects of Sun Java EE Engine is published here.

The article...