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Blog Archive for carlavmott during April 2006

Below, I've listed just a few of the GlassFish related activities at JavaOne. Note the time change for the GlasFish reception. TS-3274 Project GlassFishSM : Developing the Javaâ„¢ EE SDK. This session covers the projects around GlassFish, the technical architecture of the open source application server, how users can use and extend GlassFish, demos of ongoing projects and discuss possible...
The GlassFish BoF (BOF-0251) is Tuesday evening at 8:30. We'll talk about where we are today, some of the new things we're planning for GlassFish in the coming months and a highlevel roadmap of upcoming releases. Learn how you can participate in GlassFish.next and GlassFish.next.next. Join us in discussing some of the features we're thinking about and give us feedback. Let us know what is...
The implementation of the Java Persistence API has been availale in GlassFish for quite some time. Last week the GlassFish team made available separate Java Persistence API standalone bundle. This is useful for users who want to use Java Persistence but don't want to have to use the EJB container. Previously out-of-container users had to download GlassFish and extract the required jar...
I wanted to try and clear up some misunderstandings about exactly what license applies to the binary distributions of GlassFish. The majority of the GlassFish code is available under the Common Development and Distribution License (CDDL) v1.0 and that applies to source code as well as the binary format. There are components which are open source products under different licenses such as...
There was no winner on the GlassFish bug filing contest. There were alot of bugs filed and many would have been really good candidates but no one submitted a bug id to the contest alias so I could not consider them. That's what the rules said... Well, this means that I still have an iPod to give away and I do want to give it away. My current thinking is to give it away at JavaOne. We are in...