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Blog Archive for carlavmott during March 2006

GlassFish team is working on it's first final build for the open source project and now has milestone 6 available. At this point, all features in the Java EE 5 specifications have been implemented and only bug fixes will be added to the builds. Milestone 6 is pretty stable so check it out and let us know what you think.Target date for the final release is May 8.
The app-hosting project allows java.net project owners to show case their applications by deploying them on Sun Java System Application Server PE 8.1 which is hosted by locaweb. BP Catalog 1.0.1 is the latest project that has been deployed and you can try out the solutions that you have been reading about. BP Catalog project provides a set of guidelines, best practices and sample applications...
Starting this week, source code bundles are now available for GlassFish. Moving forward expect to see binary and source code bundles of the promoted builds. We have also posted the source code bundle for the latest milestone M5 (beta branch) release. Note that some of the technologies in GlassFish are developed as part of other projects such as JAX-WS. Only a binary of those sources are in...
We really want your feedback on GlassFish and we're ready to thank you for it. Download GlassFish milestone 5 release. When you find a bug, file it and send an email to the contest@glassfish.dev.java.net alias including the bug id you want to submit to the contest. Contest runs March 7, 2006 to March 30, 2006. Each bug submitted must be accepted as a valid bug by a GlassFish developer and...