Server-Sent Events (SSE) is a standard describing how servers can initiate data transmission towards clients once an initial client connection has been established.
We are pleased to announce the release of Glassfish 3.1.2 .
These are the highlights of some of the main features in Glassfish 3.1.2
Here is a pointer to a blog which shows how to use the felix shell with Glassfish 3.2 to inspect dependencies.
This blog shows some interesting differences between classloader implementation of IBM JDK vs Sun/Oracle JDK
One of the nice bug fixes we added in v3.1 was support for mod_jk with ejb webservices issue 12458.
Amy has a very nice blog on setting up mod_jk here
We are proud to announce the release of glassfish 3.1. https://blogs.oracle.com/bhaktimehta/entry/change_master_password_comman... is an entry on the command change-master-password in 3.1.
This blog is a minor update to the previous entry of www.java.net/blog/bhaktimehta/archive/2010/07/23/deploying-webservices-glassfish-31-cluster
Glassfish 3.1 is in active development and there are some changes since the last time I posted this blog.
Byron Nevins has posted a very nice blog on offline configuration for Glassfish v3.1 here.
The following blog will show how to deploy a webservices application to a Glassfish 3.1 cluster . You can do additional tasks using the Glassfish Administration Console.
This is a new series of blogs which will cover what is new in JavaEE 6 with respect to WebServices
GlassFish v3 Prelude is a lightweight Web 2.0 development and deployment platform built on a modular OSGi-based architecture.
Developers can benefit from a dynamically extensible and embeddable platform with
support for existing Java Web technologies, JRuby, and Groovy.