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
The Java University course Exploring the Struts Framework and How it Supports Web Component Development was really outstanding. I wasn't sure exactly what to expect, as this area of JavaOne was new to me. I was pleasantly surprised.
The area surrounding the rooms was crowded when I arrived, and more and more people arrived during my half an hour wait. I wondered how they were going to...
on May 15, 2006
In my spare time I've started playing with Flash-based screencasts. My last attempt is a fly-by through all the JavaOne activities I know related to Project GlassFish. Just point your browser to this page.
Earlier in the week I also put together a couple of presentations using the same technology:
Overview of Java EE 5 and a
Teaser on the GlassFish Implementation.
I'm still learning the...
on May 12, 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
Looking at some of the recent postings in the GlassFish forum, there appears to be some confusion in the GlassFish user community about which build to use. I will try to address the issue in this blog.
The main reason for this confusion is due to presence of two very active branches in the GlassFish CVS repository, viz: SJSAS90_FCS_BRANCH and the trunk (a.k.a. the main branch). They look...
on May 5, 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
Seeing is believing...Tuesday May 2nd 2006 11:44AM
on May 2, 2006
Since the public draft of the JDBC spec, the JDBC EG has reworked the SQLXML interface completely providing for more flexibility. The new version of the interface will be available in the Java SE 6 upcoming beta and should also be available in the current nightly builds.
The SQLXML interface provides methods for accessing the XML data in a datasource as a String, a Reader or Writer, or as a...
on May 2, 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
The GlassFish BoF (BOF-0251) is Tuesday evening at 8:30. We'll talk about where we are today, some of the new things we're planning for GlassFish in the coming months and a highlevel roadmap of upcoming releases. Learn how you can participate in GlassFish.next and GlassFish.next.next. Join us in discussing some of the features we're thinking about and give us feedback. Let us know what is...
on Apr 20, 2006
The implementation of the Java Persistence API has been availale in GlassFish for quite some time. Last week the GlassFish team made available separate Java Persistence API standalone bundle. This is useful for users who want to use Java Persistence but don't want to have to use the EJB container.
Previously out-of-container users had to download GlassFish and extract the required jar...
on Apr 17, 2006
It is a short entry that shows i used DWR Ajax Toolkit On GlassFish But to make the entry a bit more usefull , i would like to tell you how you can deploy an application to GlassFish .
so far I know two methods that allows us to deploy application into GlassFish ,
Using its web based Admin console which usally run on port 4848
Using the Autodeply library of your desierd Domain
on Apr 11, 2006
I wanted to try and clear up some misunderstandings about exactly what license applies to the binary distributions of GlassFish.
The majority of the GlassFish code is available under the Common Development and Distribution License (CDDL) v1.0 and that applies to source code as well as the binary format. There are components which are open source products under different licenses such as...
on Apr 6, 2006
There was no winner on the GlassFish bug filing contest. There were alot of bugs filed and many would have been really good candidates but no one submitted a bug id to the contest alias so I could not consider them. That's what the rules said...
Well, this means that I still have an iPod to give away and I do want to give it away. My current thinking is to give it away at JavaOne. We are in...
on Apr 5, 2006
When validating form field entries using AJAX as described in the article Realtime Form Validation Using AJAX there are additional issues that come to mind. These include:
Do I have to validate a single form field? Not necessarily. The article was written to show the simplest use case. You could also do validation based on any combination of form data. You should not consider this solution...
on Apr 5, 2006
GlassFish team is working on it's first final build for the open source project and now has milestone 6 available. At this point, all features in the Java EE 5 specifications have been implemented and only bug fixes will be added to the builds.
Milestone 6 is pretty stable so check it out and let us know what you think.Target date for the final release is May 8.
on Mar 31, 2006
While I was working on preparing slides for my session on TmaxDay 2006 (http://www.tmax.co.kr/tmaxday/), I came up with some idea of grouping and classifying Java web services technologies:
Java Web Services 1.0 (adopted by J2EE 1.4)
(Optional) EWS (JSR 109) 1.1
Java Web Services 2.0 (adopted by Java EE 5 and Java SE 6)
JAXP 1.3 + StAX 1.0 (= JAXP 1.4)
on Mar 30, 2006
Here's an interview
that yours truly recently did with Bill Shannon that you might find interesting.
Bill's a Sun distinguished engineer and spec lead for Java Platform Enterprise Edition (Java EE).
He discusses how the Java EE 5 platform (formerly J2EE) makes life easier for developers. "There are so many ways we've made life simpler for developers, it's hard to know where to start," said...
on Mar 27, 2006