NetBeans IDE seen a lot of changes during past three years, the evolutionary changes starts with NetBeans 5 and later on continued to NetBeans 5.5 when Sun Microsystems released more of its code base under the open source license.
GlassFish V3 uses a modular architecture to address the emerging requirements in the Application serverâ€™s market and container profiles concept of the Java EE 6. GlassFish uses OSGI for module management, and inside the OSGI modules it uses HK2 module system for configuration and service management.
In case that you are a glassfish administrator or a developer who uses glassfish in day to day development tasks then you will find GlassFish Reference C
Posted by kalali on May 20, 2008 at 2:43 AM PDT
Netbeans is well known for beeing a great IDE for developing Java SE, Java EE, C++, Java ME, Sun SPOT,
In order to secure the application server you need to secure its communication ways with outside world, It means you will need to secure all ports and listeners. There are 3 kind of listeners in Glassfish application server that you will need to take care of them
In order to secure the application server you need to secure its communication ways with outside world, It means you will need to secure all ports and listeners.
There are 3 kind of listeners in Glassfish application server that you will need to take care of them
Posted by kalali on January 29, 2008 at 7:41 AM PST
The train start running, NetBeans Innovators Grants has just announced.
Posted by kalali on December 11, 2007 at 1:11 PM PST
I was looking at feeds that my email client fetched during the day and I find am interesting one which lead me to an article written by Jonathan Campbell. Article can be found at http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-12-2007/jw-12-appservers.html
Posted by kalali on December 5, 2007 at 1:49 PM PST
It is some days that I saw some posts about securing Glassfish in production environment, so I thought I write some of my experience here to let other secure the glassfish easier. There are some basic items that you will need to relay on in order to have a secure Glassfish installation.
How to have your Own CA and configure Glassfish and your clients for mutual authentication?, Part II
Posted by kalali on August 23, 2007 at 2:19 PM PDT
In the second part of the series, you can see how we can utilize EJBCA to create certification for a client side application which will communicate with Glassfish server when Client cert authentication (Mutual Authentication) is enabled whether by changing the listener attributes or by describing it in the web-config.xml.
Posted by kalali on August 16, 2007 at 9:05 AM PDT
One of the most repeated question in GlassFish mailing list is SSL, Certification, Mutual Authentication,.... In this Entry I will try to address some of this questions by giving an step by step guide for using EJBCA to issue certificate, use them in both glassfish and clients which connect to glassfish in some manner. clients like web browser, standalone java applications,...