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The GlassFish Mobility Platform team has been working on many new features since the 1.1 release back in February 2009, one of which is adding support for MCBO on the Java SE platform. This will allow the development of desktop synchronization clients that are much more powerful than their mobile Java ME siblings.
What's the Difference Between the Java ME and Java SE MCBO ...
Learn how you can use REST APIs to administer OSGi runtime in GlassFish.
OpenAjax is an organization which has a specification detailing a standard way to do intercomponent communication on the client side of Web applications. While JSF 2 didn't adopt this standard into it's specification, it's easy enough to bridge the two. Here's some demo code that does just that.
This article tries to explain some of the properties/attributes that were introduced in SailFin 2.0 to address specific issues.
This blog describes the latest functionality in GlassFish v3 logging. Updated 9/28/09
I've had a few requests on how to write a busy status indicator in JSF 2 - you know, the little spinning ball that's there while an Ajax call is active, and which goes away once the request is complete. So, I spent a bit less than a couple hours today, and did just that - including putting it into a component so it's reusable.
A few weeks ago, I blogged about ways to execute scripts on the client which you were writing out from the server via Ajax. By popular demand, the latest build of Mojarra now allows execution of inline scripts.
TOTD #97 showed how to install GlassFish Tools Bundle for Eclipse 1.1. Basically there are two options - either install Eclipse 3.4.2 with WTP and pre-bundled/configured with GlassFish v2/v3, MySQL JDBC driver and other features. Or if you are using Eclipse 3.5, then you can install the plug-in separately and get most of the functionality.
TOTD #98 showed how to create a simple Metro/JAX-WS...
There are quite a few multi home use cases that can be accomplished with SailFin clusters, this article descirbes how intra-cluster traffic can be isolated on a specific network.
Now that you've installed GlassFish Tools Bundle for Eclipse 1.1, lets use this bundle to create a simple Metro/JAX-WS compliant Web service and deploy on GlassFish. These steps will work with either Eclipse 3.4.2 or 3.5 with WTP Java EE support.
Lets create a simple "Dynamic Web Project" as shown below:
Name the project "HelloMetro" and take all other defaults:
Click on "Finish" to...
Configuring Non-JKS Server KeyStore for GlassFish V3.
Writing Comet application is more and more simple, thanks to framework like LIft and Atmosphere and to the upcoming Servlet 3.0 async part. But on the Client side, the difference between Safari, Opera, Firefox, IE and Chrome can make your application completely unresponsive or broken. Of course, there is some tricks to make it work.
I've had questions about how to inject Web Beans into servlets and whether that is supported. In this entry I'll outline a method of accomplishing just that.
Java Web Services and XML
Lately I am working in a new pet project, quite interesting and perhaps you also have nice ideas on how to improve it.
I am tasked to check some performance and usability problems in a swing-jpa-mysql application. I a trying to write down what some of these experience here in a series of blog entries.