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Blog Archive for marinasum during October 2005

If you plan to attend JavaOne Tokyo between Tuesday-Thursday, November 8-10, don't miss the many activities associated with the launch of Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8. Here are a couple of highlights. Keynote presentation by Sun VP Jeff Jackson, accompanied by a cool demo Sessions by Sun technical luminaries, among them Charles Beckham, Todd Fast, Mike Frisino, and Dan Roberts, on numerous...
Another article that I published this week, Remote Management of Application-Server Domains, also cowritten with Sun senior staff engineer Mark Basler, shows you how to manage a domain of application-server instances. The trick is to export the hierarchy of the J2EE Management Model. Step by step, the article describes the configurations, security permissions for the Web module, and the procedure...
Early this week, I published an article, Mutual Authentication for Web Services: A Live Example, cowritten with Mark Basler, a senior staff engineer at Sun. The example application is Adventure Builder, an open-source project that's well-known within the Java community. The article starts with explaining the philosophy behind setting up mutual authentication among Web services for the purpose of...
As intuitive as Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 is, learning a few tips about that IDE would smooth out your work life even more. You may find the tidbits below helpful. As before, Nathan Fiedler of the Sun Java Studio Enterprise engineering team helped me screen a technical FAQ and interpret the fine points. Hats off to him.Q: Why does my CD not perform an autorun on UNIX systems? A: This...
Yesterday, Sun shipped the final version of Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8, only two months after the Early Access release. To the IDE's engineering team--the people who made the IDE a reality--it was a momentous day. I asked them for their take on what in that IDE appeals to them the most. Here's what six members of the team have to say."Enterprise Application Profiler in the IDE is truly...
Enterprise portal developers would likely find a new technical article helpful and illuminating: Configuring IDEs for Portal Development and Deployment. It answers an often-asked question, "How do I set up an IDE specifically for building and deploying portals?" The article cites Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 and Apache Ant as example tools and explains the configuration process with project...
Hot off the press is an article, Building Identity-Enabled Web Services, cowritten by four of Sun's identity experts. It's a recap of a popular technical session at JavaOne 2005 in San Francisco on the same subject, on which I blogged: Securing Web Services Made Easy. The new article first tells you how Liberty Identity Federation Framework (ID-FF) identity-enables Web services. However, by using...
Over the past weeks, in collaboration with Nathan Fiedler, a Sun Java Studio Enterprise developer, I posted a six-part blog series, Nifty Capabilities in Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 Early Access. Now that the final release is out, I've consolidated the series here, given that all of those characteristics apply to the final version of the IDE. A handy reference for you, I hope. Be sure to visit...
The Sun Java Studio Enterprise Software Forum is the place for you to congregate with fellow developers and the Java Studio Enterprise engineering team online: You can ask questions, post comments, discuss bugs or issues, share your thoughts about the UI, offer suggestions. Not a participant yet? Just join Sun Developer Network--for free--and then sign in and post away. This is part 3 of a series...
The Sun Java Studio Enterprise Software Forum is the place for you to congregate with fellow developers and the Java Studio Enterprise engineering team online: You can ask questions, post comments, discuss bugs or issues, share your thoughts about the UI, offer suggestions. Not a participant yet? Just join Sun Developer Network--for free--and then sign in and post away. This is part 2 of a series...