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Sekhar Vajjhala

Sekhar Vajjhala is a senior staff engineer at Sun Microsystems. He has
been working on data binding for W3C XML Schema and is the
specification lead for JAXB. He has represented Sun on the Web
Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I) Schema Work Plan
Group. Prior to JAXB, he has worked on various security related
technologies and specifications.

He holds a B.S. in E.E. from I.I.T. Kanpur, India and M.S. in Computer
Science from
University of Wisconsin, USA.

 

Weblogs

Migration Issue:

WebLogic application server supports sharing of utility classes
in an ear file. The shared utility classes can be packaged in one
of two...

Migration Issue: This migration issue is related to the
inheritance of client view in a session bean. Consider the
following code fragment where session beans A and B...

Recently, I came across the following JBoss -> GlassFish migration
issue involving taglib-location in web.xml. Here is how I dealt with
it.

In a web-application's web.xml, <...

Recently there has been some questions regarding order in which
Java EE modules in a Java EE eneterprise applications. The order in
which Java EE modules are loaded varies between Java...

GlassFish Migration: WebLogic's Split Directory To Ear

As I wrote in the blog on href="http://weblogs.java.net/blog/sekhar/archive/2008/09/_when_migrating_1.html">Verification...

When migrating a Java EE/J2EE application to glassfish, often
the first step is to determine if the application is using non
portable Java EE/J2EE application features...

As I outlined in href="http://weblogs.java.net/blog/sekhar/archive/2008/02/migrate_to_glas.html">Migrate
to GlassFish acitivities , I am migrating samples from different
...

As I outlined in href="http://weblogs.java.net/blog/sekhar/archive/2008/02/migrate_to_glas.html">Migrate
to GlassFish acitivities , I am migrating samples from different
...

As I outlined in Migrate to GlassFish acitivities , I am migrating samples from different application servers...

As part of the Migrate
to GlassFish acitivities
, I migrated a JBoss sample to GlassFish. I am going to...

Here is a list of activities related to the Migrate to GlassFish project that I am working on. There is a timeline towards the end of activities. Let me know your feedback. Oh, by the way, here...

Earlier I introduced the href="http://weblogs.java.net/blog/sekhar/archive/2008/01/introducing_mig.html">
Migrate to GlassFish project. Periodically, I will be taking
...

We have started a new project href="http://migrate2glassfish.dev.java.net"> Migrate To GlassFish
. While J2EE/Java EE specifications cover broadly requirements for developing...

The Web Services Stack consists of invididual technologies
(e.g. JAX-WS, JAXB, WSIT, XWSS, JAXP) for developing Web services and
clients. These technologies are being developed as...

WSIT clients and service providers use JAX-WS/JAXB for interoperating with WCF clients and service providers. JAXB and WCF serialization mechanisms while similar in some aspects, differ in others...

JAXB is one of the building blocks for WSIT. WSIT builds upon JAX-WS (see...

JSR 222 Expert Group has published the JAXB 2.0 Proposed Final Draft and can be donwloaded from...

JAXB 2.0 Early Draft 2

JAXB 2.0 (JSR222) Early Draft 2 is now available for review. Early
Draft 2 contains both a specification as well as javadocs.
Both are downloadable...