In this article I'll describe why you shouldn't overlook the potential usefulness of transactions within your application, even if you're not using distributed transactions.
It's nice to know that as your project grows, J2EE stays right there with you!
JDBC 4.0 has introduced several new features which will be highlighted in blogs over the next few weeks. Today's focus is on the Wrapper Interface.
JDBC 4.0 has introduced several new features which will be highlighted in blogs over the next few weeks. Today's focus is on SQLException enhancements.
Java EE 5 went into Beta today. I think Java EE 5 will be
by far the biggest developer event of 2006. Here's why.
GlassFish project, just 8 months old, is shipping it's first beta release. Milestone 5 is now available.
The Roller 2.1 switched its security system to the Acegi security framework and moved away from container managed authentication. This allows deploying the Roller on GlassFish without having to add a custom JDBC Realm.
Tomorrow will mark one year since the term AJAX was coined by Jesse James Garrett's article Ajax: A New Approach to Web Applications. So much has happened in just one year. Like any 1 year old AJAX growing up fast. Let's take a moment to see how AJAX has grown.
JDBC 4.0, JSR 221, has completed Public Draft, and we are working towards Proposed final draft. Here is a reminder of the functionality that is part of this release.
Milestone 2 now available.
Final build (we think) from GlassFish Beta branch is now available.
Complex software such as Application Server typically consists of tens of components and hundreds of configurable (tunable) parameters. Tuning those hundreds of parameters, in a clustered environment in varying load conditions is often a difficult task.If the intelligence required to gather monitoring data, process the data and take actions based on that data is embedded into an application server, that would make the appserver management simpler. An overview of the framework to support such activity in GlassFish is discussed.
Using the Pointbase commander tool, it is possible to dump out all of your tables and data into a file that can help you with moving the data from a pointbase database into derby.
We're trying to make is easier for you to get detailed information about how to use the latest features in GlassFish.
My grade-school friend Jonathan Locke, who is the creator of Wicket
sent me a fascinating brainstorm the other day. Particularly in light of all of the hoo-hah around AJAX these days, I asked him for the OK to blog it. Here's what he had to say...
The Grizzly HTTP Engine can be extended to support Asynchronous Request Processing(ARP). This time I will describe how to extend Grizzly to support ARP, and will conclude by describing a Google's Gmail Servlet that execute only when new emails are coming. With ARP, Grizzly can now have some sleep, waiting for works.....
This is not a blog about Free Application Servers, Free Tools and Free Stuff...
the latest versions of the GlassFish documentation, Milestone 5 (beta release) have been posted and we're asking for feedback.
If you use GlassFish for your deployment, this blog will demonstrate a fast way for redeploying your application based on JMX.
app-hosting project has been created for java.net projects to showcase their J2EE applications and allow users to demo the app live.