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TOTD #70, #71, #72, #73 shows four integration tests that can ensure that the latest JRuby and GlassFish versions work nicely with each other. #70 showed how to create a trivial Rails application and run it using GlassFish Gem. #71 showed how the same application can be deployed on GlassFish v3 Prelude. #72 showed how to deploy the same application on GlassFish v3. #73 showed how to...
on Mar 16, 2009
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on Mar 13, 2009
@grantmichaels is one happy JRuby/Rails/GlassFish user. Here are some of his comments ... http://twitpic.com/22b5o - the easiest rails stack in the world, jruby 1.2rc, rails 2.3rc, glassfish v3 - (tweeted here) and @arungupta had wiped/restated one of my linodes to refront w/ nginx instead of passenger and it took only 1-2 mins to setup jruby/glassfish -  (tweeted here) and @arungupta...
on Mar 13, 2009
If you are in the neighborhood of University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee then you have an opportunity to get a jump start in GlassFish. Peter Williams and I will be there on Mar 20 and cover the following topics: GlassFish Overview Getting Started with GlassFish (Installation, Administration, NetBeans and Eclipse integration) Web Services: SOAP and REST High Availability, Clustering, and...
on Mar 13, 2009
The GlassFish Boot Camp conducted in Sun's Santa Clara Campus on Mar 10, 2009 was well appreciated by the attendees. There were 30 of them engaged with 14 speakers over 8 hours in 7 fast-paced sessions - overall a great recipe for the boot camp. Many thanks to all the attendees and speakers for making it useful! All the slides from the sessions are available here. The attendees certainly had...
on Mar 12, 2009
TOTD #70, #71, #72 shows the first three integration tests that I typically run to ensure that the latest JRuby and GlassFish versions work nicely with each other.  #70 showed how to create a trivial Rails application and run it using GlassFish Gem. #71 showed how the same application can be deployed on GlassFish v3 Prelude. #72 showed how to deploy the same application on...
on Mar 11, 2009
Involver.com is an online video marketing platform that allows brands to build, promote, manage, and track video campaigns on social networks for targeted audiences. The platform is powered by Ruby-on-Rails, JRuby 1.1.6, and GlassFish v2 UR2. Why not "pack of mongrels" ? this deployment strategy wasn't an efficient use of resources, both human and machine. So we started to look at...
on Mar 10, 2009
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on Mar 9, 2009
TOTD #70 and #71 shows the first two integration tests that I typically run to ensure that the latest JRuby and GlassFish versions work nicely with each other.  #70 showed how to create a trivial Rails application and run it using GlassFish Gem. #71 showed how the same application can be deployed on GlassFish v3 Prelude. The third test (explained in this blog) ensures that the same...
on Mar 9, 2009
TOTD #70 shows the first integration integration tests that I typically run to ensure that the latest JRuby and GlassFish versions work nicely with each other.  The second test (explained in this blog) ensures that the same application can be deployed using GlassFish v3 Prelude. GlassFish v3 Prelude allows Rails applications to be deployed natively, i.e. without any packaging....
on Mar 5, 2009
Would you like to learn how to run your web apps on GlassFish - be they Java EE or Rails or Grails ? How to manage/monitor them using the powerful web-based console and asadmin CLI ? How to create SOAP-based or RESTful Web services and host them on GlassFish ? How to setup GlassFish Clustering/High Availability and enable session-replication for your web apps ? How to migrate your apps from...
on Mar 4, 2009
JRuby 1.2.0 RC1 is out for a while! I typically run a series of tests to ensure that any publicly released version of JRuby works nicely with GlassFish. The main goal of running these tests is to discover any blocking bugs before users do. This particular set of tests are being run little late as RC1 was released on Feb 24th. But I'll describe all the steps clearly in the next few blog entries...
on Mar 4, 2009
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on Feb 26, 2009
This is a follow-up to the blog "Developing SGMP Connectors using JAX-RS" where I focus on how to deploy an SGMP connector developed using JAX-RS. Once again, rather than bore you with words, I will attempt to entertain you with a screencast. The screencast will show you how to build your connector using Netbeans and how to deploy and configure your connector using the GlassFish admin console....
on Feb 26, 2009
Last week we announced the availability of version 1.1 of the Sun GlassFish Mobility Platform (SGMP), formerly known as Mobile Enterprise Platform (MEP). In the previous version, a connector could only be developed using the ECBO API; in this new version, a connector can also be developed using JAX-RS. The attached screencast shows how to develop a JAX-RS connector using Netbeans 6.5 and Maven....
on Feb 25, 2009
Sidsel Jensen is a Sun Campus Ambassador at University of Copenhagen, Denmark. She configured GlassFish in her department to be used by 120 freshman programmers. Starting with a standard HP DL360 G5 rack server, installing Gentoo Linux, NetBeans for deployment of web apps to a remote GlassFish, creating multiple domains and even performance tuning the Application Server. Read all the details in...
on Feb 25, 2009
Part 1 of this series focused on the core features of the MCBO API. In Part 2, we will see how to take advantage of many of the client security features provided in the API, using the MusicDB sample app as a framework for the discussion. I've stripped all of the UI related code from the sample fragments, but I did need to include some pseudo code in a few places to clearly illustrate some of...
on Feb 23, 2009
Long story short: telnet "host running glassfish v3" 6666 -> help Welcome to my blog. It's been a while since I last wrote something here. The last few months (or is it a year now) have been quite challenging for us at GlassFish project. Most of my time has been spent in making sure that GlassFish v3 runs on OSGi and runs well. We have made a lot of progress in this regard and made...
on Feb 23, 2009
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on Feb 19, 2009
India has always had the largest number of attendees of all the Tech Days, and this time is certainly no exception. 10,000+ attendees, the passion for technology, the eagerness to share their work, and everything else makes it certainly one of the most exciting venues for Tech Days. The Hyderabad International Airport is certainly very impressive - big, clean, and very 21st centurisque with a...
on Feb 19, 2009