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GlassFish v3 final has monitoring and administration support for Ruby on Rails or any Ruby Rack based application. Here is how you would go about administering and monitoring your Ruby on Rails application on GlassFish v3: Setup GlassFish v3 First you need to install GlassFish v3. Get it from here. After the download simply unzip it to the directory of your choice. JRuby Install JRuby 1.4.0 using...
on Dec 10, 2009
It has been a while since I did any blog. So, I will start with letting you know what I have been up to and what's keeping me busy these days.... I have been working on making Rails and Grails support in GlassFish v3 Prelude, which is complete and soon we will have GlassFish v3 Prelude released. There were lots of bugs fixes and improvements made towards the JRuby and Rails support and also...
on Oct 24, 2008
JRuby Update Center module 3.0 for GlassFish v2 is out. It has been tested to work with GlassFish v2 UR2. The Update Center modules provide out of the box tested-on-GlassFish version of JRuby, Rails and other required gems. For the GlassFish users it is very convinient just install the JRuby module from the GlassFish update center and start writing the Rails applications. Here...
on May 3, 2008
In my blog on running Grails application on GlassFish v3, I need to create a war of my application and then deploy that war. This was a serious bottleneck in my development process as I wanted to test it out this application on GlassFish v3. I really wanted to run my Grails application with GlassFish v3 as embedded server in the same fashion as running grails run-app, that is...
on May 1, 2008