Glassfish v3 will be the next major release of the GlassFish
application server. The focus of the release is modularization,
enablement of non Java EE containers and embedability. GlassFish v3 builds on the strength of GlassFish v2 but takes a completely new approach, providing a highly modular, lightweight, extensible architecture.
This is a tech tip which I worked on Referencing Multiple Web Services from an application client is available as an Enterprise Java Techtip here
The following blog shows how you can easily create a Webservices
project in Glassfish v2 using Netbeans 6.0 from an existing wsdl.
Download Netbeans 6.0 from here
Select File->Create new Project->Web
Project Metro is a new
name for the JAX-WS + Project Tango combination. JAX-WS is the standardized web services stack and Project Tango is the Sun's Java
Web Services interoperability project with Microsoft's Windows Communication Foundation.
We have been getting bug reports where users run into the following
error when interoperating with MS.
<message>com.sun.xml.ws.rm.RMException: WSRM3018: Non RM Request or Missing
This is a case where we are trying MS client -> Sun
This is the third part of tri series blogs where in Part 1 we showed
of supporting sessions with
WS Reliable Messaging. Mike showed in his href="http://weblogs.java.net/blog/mikeg/archive/2006/08/wsreliable_mess.html">blog
WS Reliable Messaging and Session Support Part 2
Most of us run into bugs where tests "hang". Here are some nice tools and
tips I found to obtain and analyze thread dumps. I am sure there may be
other tools so if you know of some good ones feel free to add.
In the previous
we tried running glassfish-samples using href="https://glassfish.dev.java.net/public/downloadsindex.html">Glassfish