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Blog Archive for arungupta during June 2007

After much discussion, I was able to finally create a simple "Hello JPA World" example that uses Java Persistence API (JPA) to store and retrieve data from JavaDB from a Servlet deployed on GlassFish V2 b50 using NetBeans IDE 5.5.1. This blog describes the steps, in detail, on how to create this sample. In NetBeans IDE, create a new Web project and name it as "HelloJPA"....
The GlassFish V2 Web services stack consists of JAX-WS as the core platform and Project Tango (aka Web Services Interoperability Technology, WSIT) as an implementation of key WS-* specifications on top of it. This stack, so far referred as "JAX-WS RI + Project Tango", now has a new name - Project Metro. Why name Project Metro ? - JAX-WS, the core platform, uses Tube as a basic...
Fabian explained how WSIT features can be configured on Java SE 6 Endpoint API exposed as part of JAX-WS 2.1. In this blog, I start with a Reliable Messaging-enabled endpoint developed using NetBeans IDE 5.5.1 and WSIT plug-in and then provide detailed steps, along with code, to deploy it in Java SE 6. Create a Reliable Web service endpoint using WSIT plug-in and NetBeans 5.5.1 by watching...
One of my friends asked how to debug a Servlet deployed on Java Application Platform SDK Update2. Debugging Servlet is no different than debugging any application on the Application Server. However searching on java.sun.com gave really old results. Top-level Search functionality is missing on glassfish.dev.java.net which hopefully will be fixed soon. Googling finally showed...
All the videos from Google Developer Day, Mountain View (May 31, 2007) are now available on youtube. In-lined are all the sessions I attended:   Opening Keynote Google Maps API Introduction   A Look Behind the Scenes at Google Missing   Mashups the Easy Way   Google Desktop Gadgets - Access, Share and Personalize Information   Custom Search Engine - Search...
At the upcoming Burton Group's Catalyst Conference, WS-I is hosting an interoperability demo. Sun Microsystems will be showcasing the WS-I Sample Application that supports the Basic Security Profile 1.0 (BSP1.0) on the evening of June 28, 2007 at the Hilton San Francisco. This version of Sample Application is built using WSIT integrated in GlassFish V2. The BSP1...
A short tutorial from the community on how to develop Web services using NetBeans 6 M9 on Sun Java System Application Server 9.0. You can very well use the exact same steps to deploy this Web service on GlassFish V2. The initial part of the video is slightly choppy but it does convey the simple, intuitive and easy-to-use capability to develop/deploy Web services using NetBeans IDE.   Some...
Two more days remaining and you could be the lucky winner of this 52" LCD HD TV. Here is what you need to do: Download and install Java EE 5 SDK Update3 Preview or GlassFish v2 Try it's new and exciting features Blog about it and provide a link to your blog. There are lots of cool and exciting features (Clustering, Load Balancing, Web Services...
A recent article from Sun provides you the history, the current state and future direction of GlassFish. Hopefully, you'll find answers to the following questions: What is GlassFish ? How it has evolved ? Is GlassFish just a reference implementation ? Can it be used in production ? Isn't it just a Sun project ? Can I buy support for GlassFish ? What kind of Performance can I expect...
Sun Microsystems is a platinum sponsor of Jazoon '07. Here is a list of all the GlassFish and Web 2.0 related sessions: Technical Overview of the Java EE 5 Platform (705) The Zen of jMaki (1320) Enterprise AJAX Using Java (1321) See the Open Source Java EE Server GlassFish in Action! (1760) Java Webservices And .NET Tangoing Together (1800) Java Platform Automated Testing of Ajax...