In GlassFish, the master password file is never transferred over the network so here is what you need to do to manage all instances from a central location.
This blog talks about creating and starting instances using the latest functionality in GlassFish. Instances can be created on multiple hosts and connection to remote hosts leaverage SSH.
This blog describes the latest functionality in GlassFish v3 logging. Updated 9/28/09
In this blog I will describe how to add custom handlers to GlassFish v3 Prelude.
Logging in GlassFish V3 has undergone some changes to leverage the logging utility in JDK. This blogs reviews where we are with those changes in Prelude and how to use what is there.
Presentation and lab material from the first jMaki day are now posted on line.
jMaki, an Ajax framework that provides a lightweight model for reusable Ajax-enabled widgets has it's first beta release candidate available inlcuding support for PHP.
jMaki is a framework that provides a lightweight model for reusable Ajax-enabled widgets as JSP tags or JSF componets. The latest NetBeans plugin makes using jMaki is even easier.
Stability is a goal with the upcoming GlassFish V2 milestone 2 release which has enterprise level features.
The jMaki web site has a new cleaner look and a widget gallery for you to browse. jMaki allows Java developers to use popular AJAX-style widgets as a JSP tag library or JSF component.
The next release of GlassFish, V2, has just shipped its first milestone build.
There two releases in development in project GlassFish. Here's how to figure out which is best for you.
Some notes from the GlassFish BoF at JavaOne.
At the GlassFish and JUG reception Wed night of JavaOne included some time to recognize contributions from members of the GlassFish community. Several awards have 2 winners because we recognized both Sun employees and non-Sun employees. View GlassFish award
Most bugs filed:
Sanjeeb Sahoo filed 74 issues
Jean-Baptiste Bugeaud filed 40
Most posts to the forum:
Sanjeeb Sahoo had 160 posts
We discussed future directions of GlassFish at JavaOne yesterday. Here are the highlights.
GlassFish has multiple releases now and we have promoted builds for each branch. We should be releasing the FCS build soon and so started the promoted builds on GlassFish.next.
GlassFish is nearing it's first FCS (final and stable) release. At the same time, development continues on the GlassFish.next release. Builds for both releases are available so here is some info to help you figure out which one should you download.
The latest versions of the GlassFish doc set are now available for review.
I wanted to highlight a few events at JavaOne that are related to GlassFish. Hope you can join us.