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Blog Archive for jfarcand during September 2006

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This week I've talked about Comet support in Glassfish at our BluePrints Web 2.0 & AJAX Weekly internal Tech Meeting. If you are interested to read it, just go here. Most of the information is already available in my blogs, but this is a good resume. I did it from Montreal, over the phone and it seems peoples from several groups at Sun where listening my beautiful franglish. Sorry, you will...
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Starting with GlassFish v2 build 15, secure AJAX/Comet requests are now supported by default (more info about Comet support in GlassFish here) . The GlassFish's out-of-the-box configuration always create a secure http-listener which listen on port 8181.To enable secure AJAX/Comet support, you just need to add the cometSupport property to the secure http-listener of GlassFish (edit your domain....
We are getting more and more requests (most probably to validate what I'm discussing here, and here, and here, and here ...LOL) about having Grizzly as a separate bundle developers can use to build scalable NIO based server. Hence we've decided to create a bundle that can live outside GlassFish (so you don't need to checkout and build GlassFish). The bundle is available here. For Maven user, just...