The previous weblog says
JEE is The Official Acronym for Java Enterprise Edition. That's not true - the new name for the <img alt="technology formerly known as J2EE"> is - and always have been - Java EE. If you don't believe me (after all, I'm not a Sun employee :-(, keep reading...
Don't miss an upcoming, free week-long Beta course on developing applications on Java EE 5 at Sun's Burlington, MA campus.
Yes, it is possible, and this is the main goal of the project spring-annotation here at Java.net.
After the initial setup of the application (configuring the database access, and some config at the web.xml), all you need to do is use the provided annotations to setup your beans, and even this way, you can use all the power of the spring framework.
The project has now support for development using...
A good portion of the java.net maven repository is now sync-ed to the ibiblio maven1/maven2 repositories.
The JDBC 4.0 PFD is now available for review.
When building scalable NIO based server, it is important to not restrict your server to use a single Selector. Multiples Selectors can always be used to handle OP_ACCEPT, OP_READ and OP_WRITE to avoid overloading the main Selector.
In Mustang b91, the JSR-223 API was updated to fix some issues around the Invocable interface. Sundar's blog entry has all the details.
We updated the Phobos code in CVS to use the new API, but the latest binary build (dated 2006/7/10) predates this change.
The practical consequences for Phobos users are the following:
To run the 7/10 Phobos build on JDK 1.6 you need a Mustang build earlier than...
Update on Sun JSF Jars on java.net Maven repo.
One drawback of working with AJAX is that an AJAX-based client
cannot make calls to URLs outside of its domain, which means that it
cannot access services located on another server. A Java based proxy can be created to allow a client to access content from other domains and gives you the ability to transfrom and have better control of the data you allow your clients to see. The XmlHttpProxy client is a generalized proxy for Java clients.
A new Phobos build is available on java.net. And all the source code is there too!
My recent presentation on 'Smoke Tests to Signal Test Readiness' at the Better Software Conference, and a review of a few talks that stood out.
For some time now, I have been thinking about writing about some use cases of Java EE service engine, explaining how it bridges Java EE and JBI. This blog explains a composite application, whose main entry point is an MDB. Towards the end of the blog, some details of the implementation is also provided.
This time I give some recommendations about why and when to use Threads when handling OP_ACCEPT, OP_READ and OP_WRITE.
Space shuttle Discovery was delayed recently, and the real reason was kept secret. Something strange was observed by the Hubble Space Telescope. The Hubble Ultra Deep Field(HUDF) image was showing a new star coming extremely fast to earth. Even after washing the main mirror with AJAX, the HUDF was clear: the Grizzly Comet is entering our atmosphere....
A new technical paper describes the integration procedure of the open-source JasperReports framework into NetBeans and the report-generation process.
Enterprise applications often need to execute some tasks at the startup or shutdown of the Application Server. Many application servers provide proprietary ways of doing this, but there is a standard portable way as well. In this blog, I will discuss how this can be done using the Servlet API.
Hot news: A plug-in for a technology preview release of Sun Java System Web Server 7.0 is now available for download on the NetBeans Auto Update Center.
A new edition on the SDN channel offers a host of SOA references in a nutshell.
This blog describes the simple steps to dynamically add virtual-server(host) and http-listener in GlassFish, without having to restart the monster.
Much has been talked about the commoditization of the Java EE application server, specially now that many open-source servers are available. In this blog, I show one evidence that supports that claim...