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Bonjour, Comment Java? This coming Thursday(08/27/09) 'll be at GooglePlex (Mountain View) for an Eclipse Day...The entire genda is at http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Day_At_Googleplex_2009. 2 presos seem to be very interesting so far: OSGi for Eclipse Developers Deploying Successful Entreprise Tools and possibly others...The Google crowd is impressive. There is a waiting list for people who...
on Aug 24, 2009

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Bonjour Comment Java? today is some type of historical milestone for Java EE 6: This is Milestone 1 of NetBeans 6.8 and Java EE 6 support with the latest GlassFish v3 (build 57). The bundle is only 132Mb and contains everything you need to start with Java EE 6: the IDE, the Java EE 6 current runtime, the JavaEE 6 JavaDocs (for code completion), the JavaDB database, and very very cool features...
on Aug 3, 2009
During Jazoon 2009 I got few minutes of private attention from Mike Keith to my last article about domain models. That small time was worthy the whole conference for me since Mike pointed the gaps in my text as well as some valuable hints on how to better translate domain models in JPA annotations. From that short conversation, a special sentence remains alive in my memory: don't break the...
on Aug 3, 2009
When you run an application in a plain vanilla Java platform, your code can access publicly visible internal JDK classes. While I understand it is a bad thing, but I do understand that sometimes developers have genuine reasons to access those internal APIs. e.g., our security module in GlassFish has to use some of the JDK Security classes. When one moves those programs to an OSGi environment, the...
on May 29, 2009
Bonjour, Comment Java? EclipseCon 2009 GlassFish Java EE 5, Eclipse Slides are now online: GlassFish Tools Bundle for Eclipse View more presentations from ludoch. and: GlassFish v3, Java EE 6, OSGi, Equinox, Felix and Eclipse View more presentations from ludoch. Ludo
on Mar 25, 2009
Bonjour Comment Java? In a few hours, I'll be attending the EclipseCon Conference as a speaker. I've 2 talks, one around the GlassFish v2.1, v3 Prelude and GlassFish v3 Eclipse Bundle tooling (both for Java EE 5 and the coming Java EE 6) support, and the other one more targeted to GlassFish v3, its OSGi kernel (either Felix or Equinox) and some cool demos using Java EE features like EJBs inside a...
on Mar 24, 2009
Simple Stun Server in SailFin STUN (Simple Traversal of User Datagram Protocol (UDP) Through Network Address Translators (NATs), defined by RFC 3489) is a protocol that helps  devices (clients) behind a NAT firewall or router with routing of packets. The protocol helps devices to find out the type of NAT service (Full Cone, Restricted Cone, Port Restricted Cone and  Symmetric...
on Mar 9, 2009
The Mojarra Project is proud to announce the second release of the JSF 2.0 PR implementation (which we're calling PR2, for lack of a better name). The binaries and sources can be downloaded from here, or by checking the GlassFish v3 Prelude update center (it should be available there by Monday). As always, you can see the release notes for any additional information. We're very proud of the...
on Feb 6, 2009
This post is simple. In the company that I am working, we have some local area books that have a different control. Because they are out of the normal process, we do not have anything to control the borrowing. That can cause a problem, because sometimes people can accidentally forget that borrowed a book (sometimes I cannot remember what day is in the week and I think I work with crazier guys)....
on Feb 4, 2009
Java EE 6 makes it pretty straightforward to crunch out a basic web + database application. This semester, my software engineering class is building web apps, and I decided it is simpler to have them use JSF + JPA in Glassfish v3 rather than some technology that seems easy at first and then lets them down. Here is a laundry list of recent simplifications. Author JSF pages as facelets: XHTML +...
on Feb 2, 2009
JSF2 will provide a standard mechanism for adding AJAX capabilities to JSF applications. Jim Driscoll has this example, but it is a bit odd—the property getter is actually a mutator. Here is a more run-of-the-mill example. The code is at the Kenai site for the upcoming Core JSF 3rd edition in the ch01/login-ajax directory. I used Eclipse with the Glassfish v3 plugin and the most current...
on Jan 21, 2009
Servlet 3.0 is is one of the most wanted technology release from the last few months, and now there is no more reasons to rollback our expectations. The specification of Servlet 3.0 was approved by the Public Review Ballot and it was also endorsed by the Java EE Executive Committee (EC). Next steps Early adoption: to code solutions based on Servlet 3.0 - the fun part. Let's see what the future...
on Jan 15, 2009
There are several blogs that tell you how to do fancy things with the upcoming JSF 2 (such as these by Ryan Lubke and Jim Driscoll). In this blog, I look at the other side of the coin—how the simplest things are working out. After all, if Ruby on Rails has taught us anything, it is that a technology that makes the simple things simple has a great shot at getting developer mindshare. In...
on Dec 18, 2008
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
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
The Mojarra Project is proud to announce the release of the JSF 2.0 EDR2 implementation. "EDR" stands for Early Draft Review, so this is an early snapshot of what we're doing with the new version of JSF. It should be of interest to anyone who'd like to see where JSF is headed in the months ahead. You can download the new API, along with the implementation, from the Mojarra project download...
on Oct 21, 2008
Generic JMS RA 2.0 is available as an alpha version download today, we are working towards promoting it to a release. One of the main features in 2.0 is the ability to use JMS providers that do not support Chapter 8 (Asynchronous message delivery). The synchronous delivery mode (DeliveryType=Synchronous) can be used to integrate such JMS providers. An article is already available that shows how...
on Sep 19, 2008
The JavaScript public API is the beginnings of the client side portion of the JavaServer Faces / Ajax standard. The JavaServer Faces 2.0 Expert Group includes members representing other JavaServer Faces / Ajax frameworks such as RichFaces, ADF Faces (Trinidad) and ICEfaces. We're definitely exploring new territory here, as this is the first time that a public JavaScript API has been...
on Sep 15, 2008
I am one of the people selected for FishCAT, so let me know what some of the bugs are you think are irritating ;) Or what you think the new version of Glassfish should contain. Or if you already have played around with Glassfish V3 builds, just let me know what worked or did not work for you!
on Aug 21, 2008