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GlassFish+JavaEE LIKE Apache+php+Joomla

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PashaTurok
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I think everybody knows, that in joomla you can add to your site new component via admin console. Joomla admine creates folder and upload new conponent into that folder. It's clear,that php scripts from that moment can be executed that is new joomla component has been installed.

So, the question - can be do adding new components like that in glassfish? Thanks in advance!

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Mihael Schmidt Guest
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You can create something like this by using OSGi and create bundles.
These bundles can be installed either via console,web or by dropping a
file in a folder. The bundle is available immediately to the user.

https://vaadin.com/wiki/-/wiki/Main/Creating%20a%20Modular%20Vaadin%20Ap...

Regards

Mihael

On 29.01.2013 15:35, forums@java.net wrote:
> I think everybody knows, that in joomla you can add to your site new
> component via admin console. Joomla admine creates folder and upload new
> conponent into that folder. It's clear,that php scripts from that moment
> can
> be executed that is new joomla component has been installed. So, the
> question
> - can be do adding new components like that in glassfish? Thanks in
> advance!
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I make a website using joomla and joomla is very user friendly.