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Blog Archive for survivant during March 2009

I did a previous post about how to do it with XMLBean or JABX, but it was more an example how to do it. This time is the real deal. I used JABX to generate the java classes from the schemas and use that to parse the web.xml. The result is a simple class : WebAppLoader that will load the web.xml. Here a example : WebappLoader webappLoader = new WebappLoader(); WebApp webapp = webappLoader....
I created a little demo to show how easy it can be to create a kit of classes from DTD and XSD using Maven and JAXB. To generate from XSD schemas In your pom.xml, you will have to add this. [prettify]
<dependencies>
    <dependency>
   <groupId>com.sun.xml.bind</groupId&...
If you are behind a proxy maybe you will want to set the proxy in Glassfish. There are few different ways to do that. #1 - You could use the admin web page. You can add the proxy settings : host and port with the admin. Into the admin web page, go to the Application Server at your left. After that on your right select : JVM Settings / JVM Options. Just add theses settings : http.proxyHost=...
After that my hard drive crash two weeks ago, I deceived to host my demos on a hosting repository. I just got my Kenai repository last week, and I start to move my stuff there one by one. I'll update all my previous posts to point to the new download path. My Kenai page is : http://kenai.com/projects/sebastiendionne