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TOTD #150: Collection of GlassFish, NetBeans, JPA, JSF, JAX-WS, EJB, Jersey, MySQL, Rails, Eclipse, and OSGi tips

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This is the 150th tip published on this blog so decided to make it a collection of all the previous ones. Here is a tag cloud (created from wordle.net/create) from title of all the tips:

As expected GlassFish is the most prominent topic. And then there are several entries on NetBeans, JRuby/Rails, several Java EE 6 technologies like JPA, JAX-WS, JAX-RS, EJB, and JSF, and more entries on Eclipse, OSGi and some other tecnhologies too. Here is a complete collection of all the tips published so far:

Just for fun, here is another tag cloud:

You can access all the tips here. And keep those suggestions coming!

Technorati: totd glassfish netbeans jpa jsf jaxws jersey mysql rails osgi eclipse

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Comments ( 6 )
  • John Clingan Saturday, November 20, 2010

    Arun, this is an \*impressive\* list. Way to go!


  • jose Monday, November 29, 2010

    me gusta

    mucho

    este

    juego


  • John Nicholas Tuesday, November 30, 2010

    There doesn't seem to be a Rails focused post since january or maybe even october with #110. It seemed that glassfish was trying to be the best Rails hosting environment at one point. But as far as I can tell rails doesn't work at all using the current GF, JRuby and JDK.

    I really don't want to go the gem route because I have other Java webapps that I'd like to run alongside my rails app. Is GF still looking to be that solution?


  • Arun Gupta Wednesday, December 1, 2010

    John,

    Our investment in that area has dialed down and that's no posts. Have you tried deploying Rails application as a WAR file, that should work like any other webapp ? If not, then please file a bug.


  • mlb Friday, March 4, 2011

    I have not been able to locate anything about using JSF within OSGi bundles, except going thru Spring. Is doing this without Spring a bad idea?


  • Arun Gupta Saturday, March 5, 2011

    mlb,

    What is your use case for using JSF within OSGi bundles ?


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