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J2EE

To try GlassFish Update Center, install GlassFish V2 (screencast). Then go to install-root/glassfish/updatecenter/bin and invoke updatetool (or updatetool.bat). You'll see a list of addon modules available for installation. But what's an addon and how do you create one? An addon is a companion product or runtime component installed on top of Sun Java System Application Server. Right, but...
on Jun 15, 2007