Screencast #24: Getting Started with GlassFish v3 TP2


GlassFish v3
Technology Preview 2 (aka TP2) is now released ... yaaay! Dowload it here.

GlassFish v3 has a modular (based on OSGi framework), light-weight (small kernel and fast startup time) and extensible (support for dynamic languages like JRuby and Groovy) architecture. Along with it, a new NetBeans plug-in (that replaces the existing one) is also released. The plug-in is available from the NetBeans Beta Update Center. It allows GlassFish v3 TP2 download and install in a matter of few seconds, yep that's less than a minute :)

A new GlassFish release with a new NetBeans plug-in deserve a new screencast :) It shows how to install the plug-in, download and install GlassFish v3 TP2, develop and deploy a simple web application with JSP and Servlets on the newly installed GlassFish.

Enjoy it here!

An offline version (downloadable zip file) of this screencast is available here. A complete list of GlassFish related screencasts is available on GlassFish wiki.

Let us know your feedback on users@glassfish.dev.java.net or GlassFish Forum.

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GlassFish v3 builds upon "Fast, Easy, Reliable" theme of GFv2UR2. And the main themes are "Modular, Embeddable, Extensible". Modular by being OSGi compliant, Embeddable allows you to run it inside a VM and Extensible because you can run non-Java apps such as Ruby & Jython on GF v3. It provides the industry strength and agility required by the developers. Read more about v3 at: http://glassfish.org/v3

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The Quck Start Guide says the "module" (although I think they mean "plugin") is called "Application Server NetBeans". I don't see this in the list, so I tried the V3 Module to register an instance of V3 TP2. The setup wizard says that it's not a valid V3 instance, though.

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Check out http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/screencast_33_netbeans_7_0 for a more recent version of this screencast.

Posted by Arun Gupta on October 21, 2010 at 02:11 AM PDT #

Add Cluster Support in GlassFish V2

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