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Blog Archive for marinasum during January 2006

To make Sun Java System Application Server work with Object Reference Broker (ORB) software, all you need to do is revise a few server-side settings. A brand-new article that I cowrote with Sun engineer Sheetal Vartak, Configuring Sun Java System Application Server for Third-Party ORBs, steps you through the procedure and offers tips.As background on ORB, the Object Management Group has published...
The Aquarium on blogs.sun.com is definitely worth a visit. The table of contents at the top captures the essence of the popular resources that are highlighted: Web services and XML, Web tier, AJAX, security, interoperability. I like the simple, clear design; the brief, down-to-earth lead-in synopses; and the eye-catching graphics, let alone the constant updates. Take a look--you'll likely agree...
Courtesy of Karthik Rajeswaran of the Sun Java Studio Enterprise QA team-- Anyone who's encountering problems in running Web applications that are developed with JDK 1.5.0 characteristics (such as generics) on Apache Tomcat 5.5 should read a recent thread on the Sun Java Studio Enterprise forum. From there, you learn how to configure Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 and Tomcat 5.5 to be compatible...
A brand-new article on developers.sun.com, Managing and Monitoring Sun Java System Application Server 8.1, outlines the server's management architecture and describes the tools and APIs that help you perform those two important tasks. The command-line parameters for monitoring, as detailed in Table 1, are impressive and eye-opening.In addition, you can develop clients and specific APIs based on...
Here is a noteworthy tip from Prakash Narayan, an engineering manager of the Sun Java Studio Enterprise development team: Wanna find out whether an application developed with Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 runs on application servers that are compatible with the J2EE platform? Get your answer from the Java Application Verification Kit (AVK), which dynamically validates the execution of Web and...
A recent thread on the Sun Java Studio Enterprise Forum records an unanimous clamoring for Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 to run on Mac OS X, along with various tips. A subsequent, related thread supplements the information.Nathan Fiedler, a Sun Java Studio Enterprise developer, has two reminders to add: You must use Apple JDK 5.0 Developer Preview (DP) 3, which is available under a nondisclosure...