Tuesday Feb 09, 2010

Add GlassFish v2/v3 Servers for Eclipse Bundle with Oracle Enterprise 11gR1 Package

There are few extra steps needed to add GlassFish V3 server to the Eclipse bunlde with Oracle WebLogic Server 11gR1 (10.3.2) Package

1. From the Eclipse IDE, select Help-> Install New Software menu tab

2. Click Add button then enter https://ajax.dev.java.net/eclipse  to the add site (please, see the attached figure) -> click OK button -> continue with the procedure.

AddSite
3. After restart the Eclipse IDE, change to Java EE Perspective -> select Servers tab -> right-click, select New-> Server menu -> expand GlassFish node, select a right GlassFish Server to add.

Note: If you are located inside a proxy domain please, configure the proxy server before downloading the GlassFish Plugin for the Eclipse bundle with Oracle WebLogic Server 11gR1 (10.3.2) Package.

Thursday Jun 25, 2009

GlassFish Eclipse Tools Bundle Hands on Lab Experience

It was my privilege and unforgivable experience to present the GlassFish Eclipse Tools Bundle 1.0 at JavaOne 2009 Conferrence


Click Here to download the Lab Exercise

Wednesday Jul 09, 2008

Eclipse Plugin for Glassfish Version 1.0.4 Release

The Plugin was published yesterday (July 08, 2008)


Release note and bugs fixed in this release.
https://ajax.dev.java.net/eclipse/releasenotes.html
The GF Plugin can be downloaded from within the Eclipse for Java EE Developers using the download additional server adapters link on the New Server Wizard.




Download Eclipse 3.4 Ganymede version
http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/packages


To Configure Eclipse 3.4 with Glassfish, please follow the instruction from Arun's Blog  http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/glassfish_on_eclipse_ganymede


For questions and comments:
user-AT-glassfishplugins.dev.java-DOT-net
dev-AT-glassfishplugins.dev.java.net
quality-AT-glassfish.dev.java-DOT-net


For issues:
https://glassfishplugins.dev.java.net/issues


Thursday Jun 12, 2008

How to Connect Glassfish Derby from Eclipse IDE

Below is the steps to connect Glassfish V2 "sun-appserv-samples" Derby database from Eclipse JEE 3.3 version: (Please, use Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developer version and the instruction from this document to have GF server setup)

From IDE Window menu,  select Open Perspective > Other > choose Database Development


On the Database Development panel (figure below), righ-click Databases > select New from the menu
to create a New Connection Profile and choose 'Generic JDBC Conenction' from the list.


Click Next to enter a name for the
connection profile, name it as 'TestDerbyPool' > click Next and click ...


From Driver Definition panel, select Derby > 10.2 > click Add to add a new driver


From the New Driver Definition panel, select Derby > 10.2 > Derby Client JDBC Driver > click OK

From Edit Driver Denifition panel, remove the default derbyclient.jar file > click Add Jar/Zip to add the derbyclient.jar file from Glassfish directory > edit the properties as described in the following figure:
        Connection URL:      jdbc:derby://localhost:1527/sample;create=true
        Database Name:       sun-appserv-samples
        Driver Class:             org.apache.derby.jdbc.ClientDriver
        Password:                APP
        User ID:                   APP



Click OK > OK button to go back to the New JDBC Connection Profile panel. Now you should have all the fields values configured


Start the Derby database and click  Test Connection button. You should receive the Success and tables dialogs below:




For information to connect to Derby by using DTP please, click here

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