And guess what, Santa has been delivering gifts through out December:
4.0 (Dec 5)
1.0.2 module on GlassFish Update Center (Dec 12)
6.0 (Dec 12)
v3 Preview (Dec 13)
1.0.3 (Dec 15)
1.0.3 (Dec 17)
v2 UR1 (Dec 19)
1.0.1 & 1.1 (Dec 19)
2.1.6 (Dec 19)
1.7 (Dec 19)
1.0.3 module on GlassFish Update...
(integrated in GlassFish
v2 UR1) ad Metro
1.1 are now released. Metro contain stable releases of JAX-WS
RI and WSIT. Read Vivek's
blog for more details.
Even though Metro 1.1 is a stand-alone release, it can be easily
installed on an existing GlassFish instance (for example override on
v2ur1). A later release of Metro 1.1 will be integrated in GlassFish
JRuby 1.0.3 was recently
released and so was Rails
2.0. I decided to try JRuby 1.0.3 + Rails 2.0 and realized
that a few additional steps (because of Rails 2.0) are required to get
a trivial Hello World
applcation up and running. Here are the steps:
Make sure to set JAVA_HOME and JRUBY_HOME.
Also include JAVA_HOME/bin and JRUBY_HOME/bin in PATH for
GlassFish v2 UR1 was released
earlier today (v2ur1-b09d). This is targeted to accommodate
high priority bugfixes (188 of them)! Read the official
What's new ?
branded App server
Support (learn more about it in a short screencast
by Anissa and how it is integrated in Admin Console).
This is also integrated in Java
EE SDK Update 4 Release.
If you have been...
updated the JRuby-on-GlassFish module on the
GlassFish Update Center with
Rails 1.2.6 and
Goldspike revision 808.
I created a standalone (self-contained with all the libraries, gems &
plug-ins) and shared (contains only web.xml and libraries
are loaded from the Application Server instance) WAR image for the bundled
Hello World sample. The
screencast #web9 provide...
I presented on GlassFish and related
and jMaki) at the Department of Computer Science,
Delhi University last week. The
slides are available
The talk was very well attended with approximately 120 students and 4 faculty
members. The students were pretty excited and had great a interactive session.
Being an alumni of the school (many...
David Coldrick recorded a
screencast for Australian Developer Days. The demo shows how
NetBeans 6 allow Web services to be easily
created and deployed on GlassFish.
It is similar to
screencast #ws7 but good to see somebody else creating these videos :)
I presented on GlassFish and other
related technologies (Metro,
Bangalore, Chennai and Pune
week. The slides used during the preso are
here. And here is the list of questions (along with answers) for you:
What does WSIT offer ?
WSIT stands for Web Services
Interoperability Technology. It is a component of
Metro - the Web services stack in
This TOTD explains how to create a new jMaki
widget and make it available in the NetBeans
In order to create a jMaki widget, it's important to understand the
Basically, "component.htm", "component.js" and an optional "component.css"
together make a jMaki widget.
Here are the files for a Hello World widget that takes an...
A book on GlassFish: "Java
EE 5 Development using GlassFish Application Server" by
Heffelfinger, was released last month. The publisher sent a courtesy
copy for review, thank you for that. I read good part of the book on my
several flights in past two weeks.
First of all, I'd like to thanks
the author, publisher and rest of the team for writing this book....