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Blog Archive for carlavmott during September 2005

Another group in the Admin and Monitoring module of GlassFish is online. This group has implemented the J2EEManagedObject base model, optional StateManageable model for the server management object, and MEJB. The objects that can be managed include J2EEDomain, J2EEServer, Applications, Modules, Resources, JVM and other manageable objects within the server. The monitoring has been implemented so...
We have had many requests for GlassFish on MacOS as well as access to the nightly builds. Both are now available. Promoted builds have been available for GlassFish since June 2005. Now you can download the nightly builds too. Promoted builds differ from the nightly builds in that they must pass a minimum level of testing. which includes the quicklook tests, a sub-set of CTS tests (...
When project GlassFish was introduced in early summer, the webtier group had web pages up helping users learn about the technologies in the webtier and how to find their way through the code. Today another group, callflow , is online too. The new feature, callflow, is turned on and off through the admin interface. Once turned on, runtime information such as which containers were entered...
Many people have said that getting to the details of the GlassFish project was confusing or unintuitive. The error messages left users not knowing what to do next. Well, we listened to the feedback and we got rid of the click-through requirmement to accept the CDDL license before viewing the code or some of the project pages. All project pages and code are accessible when you visit the site...