TOTD #21: Metro 1.1 with GlassFish v2 UR1 and NetBeans 6

Metro 1.1 was released last month. This blog describes how to install Metro 1.1 on GlassFish v2 UR1 (which comes with Metro 1.0.1 baked in) and use it with NetBeans IDE.

  1. Download & Install Metro 1.1.
  2. Download, Install & Configure GlassFish (detailed instructions)
    1. Download GlassFish v2 UR1.
    2. Install GlassFish by giving the command:

      ant -f setup.xml
    3. Set AS_HOME to the location of GlassFish v2 UR1 directory and install Metro 1.1 by giving the following command in Metro 1.1 directory:

      ant -f wsit-on-glassfish.xml install

      This will install the latest Metro 1.1 binaries in the GlassFish Application Server instance.
    4. Configure GlassFish in NetBeans 6 by going to the "Services" tab and right-clicking on "Servers" node and selecting "Add Server...".
  3. Create a simple Metro Web service by following this tutorial. Create a Secure and Reliable Web service following screencast #ws7. The complete tutorial to add WS-\* capabilities to your endpoint is available here.

These instructions can also be used to override Metro 1.0 that is baked in GlassFish v2 Final build.

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