GlassFish 3.1 supports creating and managing instances on multiple hosts from a central location (the DAS).
GlassFish 3.1 supports creating and managing instances on multiple hosts from a central location (the DAS). The server software uses SSH to communicate to the remote systems where the instances reside and Joe's blog contains useful information on setting up SSH in a way that...
on Mar 2, 2011
One of the main features in GlassFish 3.1 is clustering and for m2 we have added support for creating and starting instances on remote hosts. The underying GlassFish 3.1 code uses SSH to connect to the remote hosts and introduces the concept of a node which is used by the system to deterimine where the instances will be created or started. At this time the only connection type supported is...
on Jun 24, 2010
This blog highlights some of the changes that are part of GlassFish v3 logging. Since Prelude I have added 3 asadmin commands related to logging. I have updated the set-log-level command and changed the syntax. See below for details. The new commands are:
* asadmin rotate-log
* asadmin list-logger-levels
* asadmin set-log-level...
on Sep 2, 2009
I recently blogged about the changes to logging GlassFish Prelude. Building on that I wanted to show how to add custom handlers to your installation of v3. You may find that you want to log messages to a database, send them to a remote server or log messages from specific loggers to your own file. This can be done by writing a custom log handler. It is pretty straight forward and actually there...
on Dec 9, 2008
Logging in GlassFish V3 has undergone some changes to leverage the logging utility in JDK. This blogs reviews where we are with the logging mechanism in GlassFish Prelude and since not all of the features are implemented in the Prelude release yet, I'll go over how to make use of the functionality that is there.
The most significant change is that for now we don't have support in the Admin GUI...
on Oct 28, 2008
Presentation and lab material from the first jMaki day are now posted on line. This jMaki day was available to Sun internal folks only because we wanted to get feedback from a small group. The feedback was good overall but looks like we need to provide more details on data binding.
The presentations in the morning included an overview of jMaki and Phobos and how Sun is using Web 2.0...
on Feb 27, 2007
The latest jMaki release is the beta release candidate for the next major jMaki release. It has several new features including
The addition of containers (Yahoo tabbed view, Dojo tabbed view and jMaki dynamic)
Templates to define styles
jMaki glue used to tie widgets together using publish/subscribe mechanism
Support to load all resources from the classpath for JSF view of jMaki
At the same...
on Nov 29, 2006
jMaki is a framework that provides a lightweight model for reusable Ajax-enabled widgets of your own design or for those extending existing toolkits. jMaki allows you to easily add widgets from multiple toolkits on one web page. In addition to supporting toolkits such as Dojo, Yahoo, Google and Scriptaculous, jMaki now supports Mochikit widgets too.
The latest NetBeans plugin supports drag and...
on Oct 22, 2006
GlassFish V2 have lots of great new features such as clustering, administration support for clustering, enable new Web Services stack and many bug fixes. We really want to get feedback on what the community thinks about them so in the spirit of transparency and community building we are putting effort into stablizing milestone 2 before it is released.
Last week the team went into bug fix...
on Sep 26, 2006
jMaki allows Java developers to use popular AJAX-style widgets as a JSP tag library or JSF component. Recently we updated project jMaki's website with a new look. It's now easier to get started adding widgets to your web apps or creating your own widgets, finding the downloads and getting information on how you can participate.
Also, check out the widget gallery Greg added. The gallery allows...
on Sep 18, 2006
Last May we shipped V1_Milestone 7 of GlassFish, a Java EE 5 compatible, production quality application server. We are currently working on the V2 release which adds more enterprise level features. Today we promoted milestone 1 for the V2 release which contains JAXWS 2.0.1, clustering and many bug fixes. Check it out!
To help better communicate our plans for V2 and future releases of...
on Aug 17, 2006
As you know M7 is the final, Java EE 5 compatible release for GlassFish v1. It is a production quality, deployable app server. GlassFish v1_UR1 is the follow up bug fix only release to M7. v1_UR1 starts from the same source base as M7 and adds selected bug fixes only. M7 is the current stable release. v1_UR1 has additional, limited bug fixes and those builds are pretty stable.
on Jun 22, 2006
The GlassFish BoF on Tuesday evening of JavaOne was well attended with lots of great questions. Jim, Amy and I gave a quick overview of GlassFish, where we are today, highlights on the community and roadmap with future directions. I have posted the slides here .
As I mentioned there were lots of questions during the 50 minute BoF and luckily there were many GlassFish developers, architects...
on May 30, 2006
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
on May 30, 2006
A TENTATIVE GlassFish roadmap was announced yesterday at JavaOne. Here is a summary of what is planned so far and additional information will be provided soon. Please use the GlassFish email@example.com mailing list to provide feedback.
GlassFish Update Release is the next releaese from the FCS branch and is primarily a bug fix release. This is an opportunity to provide additional...
on May 17, 2006
GlassFish.next which cooresponds to SJSAS 9.1 is under development and promoted builds are now available. Many bug fixes have gone into this and new functionality such as a JDBCRealm.
We're finishing up testing on the FCS branch and should have a final release of
GlassFish soon. B48 is the latest FCS candidate.
on May 10, 2006
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.
Currently promoted builds from the FCS branch are the only promoted builds avialble and those are announced as they happen. Since these builds...
on May 4, 2006
The latest versions of the docs for the GlassFish server are now available now in pdf format. They are very close to final state and we would love to get your feedback. Please send any comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
on May 3, 2006
Below, I've listed just a few of the GlassFish related activities at JavaOne. Note the time change for the GlasFish reception.
TS-3274 Project GlassFishSM : Developing the Javaâ„¢ EE SDK. This session covers the projects around GlassFish, the technical architecture of the open source application server, how users can use and extend GlassFish, demos of ongoing projects and discuss possible...
on Apr 27, 2006