In this two part series I will try to show you how easily you can build applications using NetBeans 5.5 based on seam , facelets , jsf and new EJB 3 standard.
In previous part you saw that how easy is to make an MDB to consume messages and a jsp/Servlet Front End to send message to a queue.
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.
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.
Do you ever though about creating a backup copy of your domains in GlassFish , for example before doing something unpredictable , meanwhile you like your domain because of its configurations ?
here is simple steps to create backup and restore those backup.
what are different technologies and implementations to simply pars some XML files ?
What Java provide you to pars XML files ?
Iin this blog entry After answering the above questions , i will introduce (by name and method of parsing) some XML parser available in java land.we may talk more about each of them in next entries.
Here is an Presentation that i made last year . it is about different lifecycle models like spiral , waterfall and iterative models.
this presentation contain following contents :
Testing some FrameWorks and applications on Glassfish build 40+ part V , And some tips about Application deployment
This time i want to setup and test a utility that i am using with my Application server to mange them and monitor them.
Utility that i will use is Mc4j A very powerful and flexible jmx console built on top of Netbeans Platform .
This time I want to test OSWorkflow on GlassFish , for this purpose I get latest version of this application , I mean osworkflow-2.8.0.