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Blog Archive for arungupta during February 2007

NetBeans 5.5.1 IDE Beta was released earlier this week. Along with it, the WSIT plug-in modules were released as part of Update Center. So now if you want to install WSIT plug-in in NetBeans, you no longer have to manually download the modules and then install them. This screencast shows you how to install the WSIT plug-in on NetBeans IDE 5.5.1 using Update Center. Enjoy it here. Technorati: Web...
I built some more aggregators (mashing up feeds from Bloglines, Findory, Google Blog Search, Technorati, IceRocket) and here is the complete list: Aggregator Search Term Sun WSIT Bloggers All Sun WSIT Bloggers GlassFish in Blogosphere glassfish jMaki Aggregator jmaki Phobos Aggregator phobos + scripting Grizzly Aggregator grizzly + glassfish...
WSIT bits are already integrated in GlassFish v2. So if you download GlassFish v2 then you have all the WSIT functionality available to you. If you are interested in a bleeding edge build, then you can download a nightly build (untested builds) and  install it on top of an existing GlassFish installation. If you are interested in a slightly  stable build, then you can download the...
Following up from previous blog, I cloned the GlassFish Pipe to create a new pipe that aggregate feeds from Sun WSIT bloggers. Instead of searching different blog engines, as in GlassFish pipe, this is an aggregate of all the feeds produced by the WSIT team at Sun. You can subscribe to the RSS feed of this pipe to view all the entries from the WSIT engineering team. Technorati: WSIT GlassFish...
Ashutosh created a Yahoo Pipe for WSIT to track WSIT-related blogs. This is useful as I don't need to search through multiple sites to find out the information. This is useful stuff so I created a new GlassFish Pipe to track GlassFish blog traffic by mashing up feeds from Bloglines, Technorati, Google Blogsearch, Findory, and IceRocket. If you want to create your own pipe, start here. An easier...
Last Friday jMaki team, at Sun Microsystems, arranged a jMaki Day for Sun-internal audience. The day was planned to introduce the technology and explains it's nuts and bolts with hands-on experience. Even though nobody outside Sun could attend it, but all the presos and lab material is available here.  The morning sessions gave an overview of jMaki and included:  Sun, Web 2.0 and...
If you are new to Web services and would like to know how to write a simple Web service; or if you are a veteran and would like to know performance tuning tips on JAX-WS. Please scratch your head and ask your mind for any questions on anything JAX-WS (2.0 or 2.1) because next week is an open invitation to ask Vivek, Kohsuke and Jitu, representation of Sun's JAX-WS engineering team. JAX-WS team is...
In the third part of the screen cast series (#ws1, #ws2), I show how a reliable and interoperable Web service can be developed and invoked using NetBeans IDE and WSIT plug-in. This screencast also shows how WSIT plugin can be manually installed in NetBeans. Enjoy it here. Here is a preview of screen casts that are plannned in the next few weeks. #WS4: Developing a Secure Web service using WSIT...
Want to know what powerful and highly-performant Web Services features are supported in GlassFish v2 or Application Server 9.1 ? Now they are all summarized here. Technorati: GlassFish Web services
GlassFish v2 M4 and Windows Vista were released two weeks ago. I installed GlassFish M4 on my machine and Vista Enterprise on a different machine. In this blog, I explain the steps followed to invoke a Web service deployed on GlassFish by Vista client and vice versa. First, lets deploy a service on GlassFish and invoke it using a client on Vista. Using screencast WS#1, I developed a trivial...