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Blog Archive for arungupta during July 2008

A couple of emails to achieve Single Sign On using Sun Access Manager in a Rails app - that's pretty cool! A brief summary of the solution is: Warbler builds a war file out of your Rails app using jruby-rack. Drop your .jar libraries in the rails lib dir. Muck with your web.xml so you can make it use a filter. Drop the .war file on your server. Done. A little method called servlet_request is now...
IntelliJ IDEA 7.0.x include plugins that provide support for configuring GlassFish. This blog provides clear instructions on how to get started by developing and deploying a JSP, Servlet and Web services using GlassFish in IntelliJ. The instructions are using IntelliJ 7.0.3 Build #7757 (with no additional plugins). Create a new project Clicking on "Create New Project" or "File", "New Project...
2008 Readers Choice Awards from SYS-CON SOA World Magazine are announced. There are quite a few projects from GlassFish and sister communities. The nominations are: GlassFish Best App Server Hudson Best Automation Tool Metro Best Framework NetBeans Best IDE Java CAPS Best Integration Tool Project OpenESB Best Open Source SOA Tool Metro: XML and Web Services Security &...
My Google Alerts pointed me to an old song on Java EE 5 by Roumen. Enjoy a blogger's geekiness about technology and the lyrics are: Ladies and gentlemen, this is Java EE 5! One, two, three, four, five There's a technology I use day and night For my application with a web frontend They told me to use .Net But I really don´t wanna So many bugs I fixed last week. My code is neat and talk is a...
NetBeans IDE 6.5 Milestone 1 is now available. The New and Noteworthy feature list certainly makes it worthy for the install - comprehensive PHP support (Editor Screencast and PHP Learning Trail), JavaScript Debugger, Groovy Editor, Grails support and Numerous improvements in other areas are some of them. Let's get started! Download NetBeans 6.5 M1. Installation is pretty straight-forward and...
Nick decided to walk the talk and upgraded his blog deployment platform from Mongrel to JRuby/GlassFish. Read more details. Yet another successful deployment of JRuby-on-Rails on GlassFish. Read other similar stories. Technorati: rubyonrails jruby ruby glassfish stories
The default database for Rails 2.0.x application is SQLite3. This database is bundled with Mac OSX Leopard and so makes it really easy to get started with Ruby-on-Rails. But it requires couple of additional steps if you are using JRuby. TOTD #28 explains how to create a simple CRUD application using Rails 2.0.x. It uses MySQL database which is strongly recommended for deployment....
I've created a Rails "Hello World" app numerous times. But I decided to write a simple using the testing framework provided by Rails. This blog explains my experience of writing such a test. Create a "Hello World" app as: ~/samples/jruby/test >~/testbed/jruby-1.1.2/bin/jruby -S rails helloworld              ...