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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
JavaOne was fantastic this year. Being a presenter did put a very different twist on the week-- especially going at the end. This left Ed Burns, Adam Winer, and I plenty of time to go over our presentation. I might as well been tied at the hip with them because of all our practices dotted throughout my session schedule. While I didn't get a chance to attend all of the sessions I planned to (I...
on May 22, 2006
If you work with XML schemas, check out a brand-new article on developers.sun.com, Analyzing XML Schemas. It tells you how NetBeans Enterprise Pack 5.5, whose Early Access version recently became available, can analyze XML schemas for their structure, contents, and the relationships among the components.The article describes the capabilities that are in place and the others that are being...
on May 22, 2006
Sun started working on a lot of AJAX things about a year ago. As the manager for the Java Web Tier, that meant that I was pretty involved with most of the work we're doing. But for the most part, we kept quiet - in large part because we don't like to preannounce things. Well, we're now far enough along to talk about things - there' quite a few different things in particular that we've...
on May 19, 2006
Spring, Struts, Webwork, Tiles, Velocity . . . the list goes on! There are so many choices for Java Web Frameworks, but none are really at JavaOne. What happened? I'm very excited about all the REST coverage at JavaOne and there is plenty of AJAX coverage (as we all know), but I would have loved to see more talks about Java Web Frameworks. Maybe I chose the wrong sessions and missed them, but...
on May 19, 2006
jMaki is all about enabling Java developers to use JavaScript in their Java based applications as either a JSP tag library or a JSF component. jMaki uses the best parts of Java and the best parts of JavaScript to deliver a rich AJAX style widgets. jMaki promotes a program methodology that cleanly separates behavior (JavaScript), from Styles (CSS), from template HTML. jMaki put the right...
on May 17, 2006
The latest version of the Java Pet Store Reference Application includes AJAX. This allows enterprise java developers to ease into the AJAX world via an existing comfort zone -- the Java Pet Store. Here are two AJAX recommendations for the enterprise java developer (from the Java One talk - TS-1615 Javaâ„¢ EE 5 BluePrints for AJAX-Enabled Web 2.0 Applications (Details | Slides)). Adopt a library...
on May 17, 2006
With JSF, we have this robust component model, an extreme amount of collaboration that has existed since the spec's inception. AJAX has arrived, but many of the examples online simply jump outside of JSF to provide ivory tower solutions with lots of manual coding by the end developer. This can inevitably falter long term and place developers back into the same situation they were in with JSP...
on May 16, 2006
Published last week on developers.sun.com is a technical article, Using PHP on Sun Java System Web Server.PHP [Hypertext Preprocessor] has long been a popular scripting language for developing dynamic content on the Web. The article shows you how to use the PHP engine with Sun Java System Web Server 6.1, known for its scalability and security. You'll learn how to compile the engine as a CGI,...
on May 15, 2006
Yesterday, Sun shipped NetBeans Enterprise Pack 5.5 Early Access on netbeans.org, an update of the previous two preview releases. The capabilities include UML modeling and SOA visual design tools that support XML schemas and BPEL.Here are the related resources: Installation procedure Tutorials, guides, and articles Discussion forum Also, for expert help on programming problems, check out the...
on May 12, 2006
This ain't your father's petstore! The Java BluePrints team has created a new version of the popular Java Pet Store reference application to illusrate how the Java EE 5 platform can be used to create AJAX-enabled Web 2.0 applications. The first striking feature of the application is the use of AJAX to create a highly interactive GUI experience. The GUI does minimal page refreshes by updating...
on May 12, 2006
Designing and building a web application using AJAX and Java EE 5 can present a lot of challenges to developers: how much AJAX to use and where to use it how to apply Model View Contoller and other design patterns how to build your domain model with Java Persistence APIs whether to return XML or HTML or JSON to service XMLHttpRequests how to leverage RSS feeds as data sources how to mash up...
on May 11, 2006
The Java(TM) Servlet 2.4 and JavaServer(TM) Pages (JSP) 2.0 and 2.1 API jars are now available from the java.net Maven repository. You can find more about the java.net maven repository here. If your project is maven based, instructions are here and check out maven-repository-importer for ant based projects.
on May 10, 2006
This year is the second year of Grizzly and it has greatly evolved since last time he went to San Francisco. Grizzly started as an HTTP NIO based Framework tied to GlassFish, and it is now been used in several products (SJSAS 8.1 PE, 8.2 PEhttp://weblogs.java.net/mt/mt.cgi?__mode=view&_type=entry&blog_id=258&id=4680&saved_changes=1 (and available in the upcoming 8.2 EE), GlassFish...
on May 9, 2006
A recent blog on ZDNet by Eric Norlin lists the top 10 most important people in the identity arena today. Of particular interest to me are #3, Sara Gates, Sun's VP of identity, along with the Waveset team that was acquired by Sun; and #4, OASIS [Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards], the standards body for WS-Security, SAML, ebXML, and others.With the ubiquity of...
on May 9, 2006
We know that GlassFish is opensource under CDDL license , being opensource is good but having a good and open relation with community is very good. GlassFish has the most active community between opensource project that i have been involve a bit closer than observing , having that TheAquarium weblog make it magnifisant.Meanwhile you think that that weblogs is available in more that 3 languages,...
on May 9, 2006
Java EE 5 brings many ease of use in EJB development world and certainly it is one of biggest step ahead in java EE land. NetBeans 5.5 is another big step toward making development on top Java EE some easier. NetBeans is a very easy to learn and use because it does not bring many stuff on the screen to "Occupy all the space" instead it provide maximum useability by means of limited...
on May 5, 2006