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Java Enterprise

GlassFish (and SJSAS 9.0) supports a nice feature where you can add virtual-server (host) and http-listener on the fly, without having to reboot the server. You can do it using the admin GUI or the admin CLI. The admin CLI has a nice way to interact with GlassFish, so I will use it first. Let's add a new virtual-server (make sure GlassFish is running): % asadmin create-virtual-server -u admin...
on Jun 21, 2006
Much has been talked about the commoditization of the Java EE application server, specially now that 2 servers (Sun's Glassfish and Apache's Geronimo) are available under 'unrestricted' open-source licenses (JBoss and JOnAS are also open-source software and have been out there for more time, but they are licensed thorugh LGPL, and therefore cannot be modified unless the modifications are also...
on Jun 16, 2006
If you have not seen the news today Sun has joined the open Open AJAX Alliance and the Dojo Foundation. This is great news as it shows that Sun is serious about working with other vendors on AJAX interoperability and working with the Dojo community to make sure it continues to be the best solution for AJAX development with Java. I'm I am very glad to formalize our involvement with our Dojo...
on Jun 16, 2006
See the video here.
on Jun 16, 2006
On the right navigation bar of the NetBeans Enterprise Pack 5.5 site are pointers to three videos, two of them brand new, on the following topics: BPEL orchestration tools Authentication of Java EE applications XML schema tools Be sure to take a look! You'll get a better feel of the nifty capabilities of NetBeans Enterprise Pack 5.5.
on Jun 14, 2006
New on developers.sun.com is an article, Which Enterprise IDE to Use?, which delineates the bases for the two enterprise IDEs from Sun—Sun Java Studio Enterprise and NetBeans Enterprise Pack 5.5—and the platforms they support. Quite a succinct summary!
on Jun 13, 2006
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on Jun 7, 2006
pre { width:auto; background:#EBECE4; border-style:dashed; border-width:1px; } The Google AJAX Search API allows you to include a dynamic Google search in to your web pages. jMaki can be used to provide Java developers a Java interface to the search API. Here is what it takes to implement the Google AJAX Search API as a jMaki widget: Get a copy of the Glassfish...
on Jun 6, 2006
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on Jun 6, 2006
A list of clarifications and corrections to the JSF 1.2 (JSR 252) specification has now been made available. The list can be found here. There may be additions to this list of errata items, so check back.
on Jun 6, 2006
Introduction "No one appreciates the very special genius of your conversation as a dog does." In Bean Curd 1 I introduced an "explicit properties" approach, where bean properties are declared in an "explicit bean info" class. Actually the bean info class and property descriptors are absorbed into the components bound to the bean, for convenience. In that example, the bean info was absorbed into...
on Jun 6, 2006
We made the first Phobos build available on our project site. Just follow the instructions on the getting started page and you should be up and running in no time. In the coming days we'll be adding more documentation, e.g. regarding the application layout, as well as builds for other platforms, like Mac OS X. In the meantime, here are a few items that could qualify as release notes: We are...
on Jun 4, 2006
Sun Java System Web Server, known for its high availability, security, reliability, and intuitiveness, supports the Java Servlets 2.4, JSP 2.0, and JSTL 1.1 specifications. Technology Preview 1 of its 7.0 release is now available. If you're currently using Apache Tomcat for your Web apps, you might well consider migrating them to Sun Java System Web Server.A new article on developers.sun.com,...
on Jun 1, 2006
If you need to brush up on your JavaScript, this tutorial is a great place to start (link courtesy of reddit). The caveat on slide 83 about adding properties to Object.prototype resonated with me. Until now in Phobos we've tried to avoid modifying the built-in objects, but there are advantages in doing so, as Prototype shows. You'd think that on the server there'd be less opportunity for...
on Jun 1, 2006
If you really want, you can skip the prose and go straight to the video. However, if you do, you'll miss out on where to download the demos. This was an interesting JavaOne for me because I was in a funny position with respect to my talk. I had submitted a proposal for a JavaOne talk when the call for papers went around. JSF EG members Jacob Hookom and Adam Winer submitted a similar talk,...
on May 31, 2006
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on May 30, 2006
A hot-off-the-press article from developers.sun.com, Working With Multifile Schemas, describes the referencing techniques and procedures for retrieving and cataloging schemas, as well as for resolving references and looking up mappings. You also learn how to use the NetBeans Enterprise Pack 5.5 IDE to build and validate multifile schemas.The References section at the bottom of the article points...
on May 30, 2006
Each J2EE application server comes with their own JMS providers. For a developer, it is a good thing. He can write his jms apps and MDBs easily. But a production environment might be quite different. In many cases, people write a new J2EE application and use it with their existing software stack. That means, a lot of time, you will end up in using one J2EE application server and use a JMS...
on May 26, 2006
There is a class of applications and developers that Java Server Faces suites well. JSF is well suited for those that do not want to deal with the intricacies of learning CSS, JavaScript, and DHTML. Once a component is properly created it can be re-used. That said getting all the moving parts in order can take some doing. Including AJAX Functionality in a Custom JavaServer Faces Component shows...
on May 25, 2006
The number one frequently asked question around Project Phobos is: Why JavaScript? Ben Galbraith called the idea of writing your entire application in JavaScript "intriguing", and that's pretty much sums up how we felt when we hit upon it some time ago. Now, with some implementation work under our belt, we've moved it into the "promising" category. Let's first look at the JavaScript language...
on May 24, 2006