Eclipse at JavaOne and Oracle Develop 2010

 

 

If you're an Eclipse enthusiast, come the Eclipse Foundation at Hilton Booth (#5109), Oracle and Eclipse booth (#003)  Also, don't miss the hands on labs and sessions we've got lined up for the show.

 

 

Monday: 4:00PM

clip_image001[24]Building Software with Rich Client Platforms (NetBeans RCP and Eclipse RCP)
Stream(s): JAVAONE
Track(s): Desktop Java

This session will discuss the fundamental ideas and technologies behind the two leading Rich Client Platforms: Netbeans RCP and Eclipse RCP. Building a user interface that is nontrivial requires a lot of UI plumbing. Using an RCP enables you to focus on implementing real business value. Real-world experiences and conclusions will be presented as well. When this session is concluded, you'll know when to use an RCP and be able to select between the Netbeans RCP and Eclipse RCP based on your requirements.

  • S314711
  • Type = [Conference Session]
  • Parc 55/Divisidero

 

Monday: 4:00PM

clip_image001[25]Java Persistence API (JPA) 2.0 with EclipseLink
Stream(s): JAVAONE
Track(s): Java EE Web Profile and Platform Technologies, The Java Frontier

JSR 317, Java Persistence API (JPA) 2.0, defines the standard for Java relational persistence. Open source EclipseLink is the JPA 2.0 reference implementation that ships as part of GlassFish. In addition to implementing JPA 2.0, EclipseLink also provides a number of advanced features, including caching infrastructure (with support for clustered caching), dynamic persistence, and integration with the Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) and Service Data Objects (SDO) to simplify the construction of Web services that interact with relational data. This session will look at the new JPA 2.0 specification and beyond to the advanced features the reference implementation provides to support building Java EE 6 applications.

  • S314492
  • Type = [Conference Session]
  • Hilton San Francisco/Golden Gate 4/5

 

Tuesday: 11:30AM

clip_image001[26]Advanced Web Service Development in Oracle WebLogic Server
Stream(s): ORACLE DEVELOP
Track(s): Application Grid and Oracle WebLogic

The Oracle WebLogic Web service stack offers comprehensive support not only for advanced Web service standards such as WS-RM, WS-MC, WS-AT, WS-Trust, and SAML but also for value-added features such as database Web services, Oracle Web Services Manager policies, and asynchronous clients. This hands-on lab discusses when to consider enabling those features and goes over steps for building Oracle WebLogic Server JAX-WS Web service applications with Oracle JDeveloper or Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse. The attendees will gain hands-on development experience with creating applications with advanced capabilities.

  • S318578
  • Type = [Hands on Lab]
  • Hilton San Francisco/Imperial Ballroom B

 

Tuesday: 11:30AM

clip_image001[27]Going Beyond Memory Leaks: Debugging Java from Dumps, Using Memory Analyzer
Stream(s): JAVAONE
Track(s): Core Java Platform

How often have you had to put debug into your code to write out fields in an object or even entire data collections or inserted print statements only to see the problem disappear? The Memory Analyzer open source tool (eclipse.org/mat) is a cross-platform tool for diagnosing memory problems, but it can also provide you with insight into the Java code you've written and enable you to debug some of those tricky problems. This session shows developers, architects, and operations engineers how to • Generate HPROF and IBM Java Virtual Machine dumps to debug Java code problems • Associate Java objects with active threads • Explore the application to find the source of problems (exceptions) • Write extension plug-ins to see session states

  • S313773
  • Type = [Conference Session]
  • Parc 55/Cyril Magnin I

 

Tuesday: 1:00PM

clip_image001[28]Complete Tools Coverage for the Java EE 6 Platform
Stream(s): JAVAONE
Track(s): Java EE Web Profile and Platform Technologies

The Java EE platform has never been more powerful than with its latest Release 6, delivered in December 2009. That same week, both NetBeans and IntelliJ IDEA provided a comprehensive Java EE 6 development environment. Later, in June 2010, Eclipse 3.6 also began supporting the Java EE 6 platform. JBoss Tools for Eclipse also offered JSF 2.0 and CDI/Seam/Hibernate tooling, covering significant Java EE 6 components. In this session, you'll learn about Java EE 6 support in your preferred IDE, whatever it is. You'll also have the chance to get a detailed comparison so that you can mix and match each IDE usage and take advantage of their best features, all targeting the Java EE 6 platform with the Oracle GlassFish Server.

  • S313189
  • Type = [Conference Session]
  • Parc 55/Cyril Magnin III

 

Tuesday: 2:30PM

clip_image001[29]Total Oracle WebLogic Server Development with Eclipse, Maven, and Hudson
Stream(s): ORACLE DEVELOP
Track(s): Application Grid and Oracle WebLogic

In this hands-on lab for professional Eclipse Java developers, Oracle product experts discuss the rich set of plug-ins and tooling available in the latest version of Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse to simplify and speed up enterprise Java development with Oracle WebLogic Suite 11g. The lab shows you how to configure and use powerful Eclipse plug-ins from Oracle to develop, build, and deploy with Maven and Hudson for continuous build integration and also how to use tools such as the Oracle WebLogic class loader analysis tool, Oracle JRockit Mission Control, and Oracle WebLogic Server's diagnostic framework feature for total visibility into and control of your applications' runtime performance.

  • S318580
  • Type = [Hands on Lab]
  • Hilton San Francisco/Imperial Ballroom B

Wednesday: 10:00AM

 

clip_image001[30]100% Java Virtual Worlds: How to Deploy Innovation in the Virtual Enterprise
Stream(s): JAVAONE
Track(s): The Java Frontier, Core Java Platform

Find out everything you need to know to deploy your own scalable virtual world using Open Wonderland, a 100% Java 3D virtual world toolkit. From the meeting-in-a-briefcase laptop environment to the large-scale enterprise server, this open source toolkit is being used in Lockheed Martin to enable a geographically distributed workforce. This session is for technology innovators and will cover: * How to build your first world from floor to ceiling and run real-world applications such as Firefox, NetBeans, Eclipse, and more * Customizing interactive capabilities for specific needs * Online resources to expand your world * Answering management's most frequently asked question: how is this different than Live Meeting or NetMeeting?

  • S313577
  • Type = [Conference Session]
  • Parc 55/Powell I / II

 

Wednesday: 10:00AM

clip_image001[31]Advanced Enterprise Persistence
Stream(s): ORACLE DEVELOP, DEVELOP
Track(s): Application Grid and Oracle WebLogic

Oracle TopLink builds on the flexibility, performance, and scalability of EclipseLink, along with excellent integration with Oracle WebLogic Suite 11g and Oracle Coherence, to provide the industry's leading persistence layer. Users of Oracle TopLink can leverage their enterprise relational databases using the Java Persistence API (JPA); work efficiently with XML using Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) or Service Data Objects (SDO); and combine these services to expose Database Web Services. This session will offer an overview of OracleTopLink's persistence capabilities, highlighting latest advancements, how these features can be leveraged within Oracle WebLogic Suite, and how JPA applications can be scaled with Oracle TopLink Grid.

  • S317452
  • Type = [Conference Session]
  • Hotel Nikko/Nikko Ballroom II

 

Wednesday: 1:00PM

clip_image001[32]Effective XML: Leveraging JAXB and SDO
Stream(s): JAVAONE
Track(s): Enterprise Service Architectures and the Cloud, Desktop Java

JSR 222, Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB), and JSR 235, Service Data Objects (SDO), define object-XML binding APIs that target distinct application use cases. Having two "competing" specifications raises a number of questions for developers. Which API should be used? If, and when, does it make sense to use both in the same application? And how do these standards interact with other frameworks like JSR 317, Java Persistence API (JPA)? This session will explore answers to these questions based on the practical experiences of the EclipseLink community. EclipseLink, the JPA 2.0 and SDO 2.1.1 reference implementation, also provides a compliant JAXB implementation based on the same high-performance, core-mapping engine.

  • S314491
  • Type = [Conference Session]
  • Hilton San Francisco/Yosemite A

 

Wednesday: 4:45PM

clip_image001[33]Scaling JPA Applications with Oracle TopLink Grid and Oracle Coherence
Stream(s): ORACLE DEVELOP
Track(s): Application Grid and Oracle WebLogic

In this hands-on lab, find out firsthand how easy it is to scale out Java Persistence API (JPA) applications into large clusters, using Oracle TopLink's grid feature and Oracle Coherence. The Oracle TopLink grid feature enables the use of Oracle Coherence as a clusterwide shared cache for EclipseLink JPA. It also supports the translation and execution of JPQL queries against Oracle Coherence. In the lab session, you'll take a single-node application and, with a few minor changes to its configuration, you'll be leveraging the power of the Oracle Coherence data grid for both caching and query processing.

  • S318574
  • Type = [Hands on Lab]
  • Hilton San Francisco/Imperial Ballroom B

 

Thursday 3:30PM

clip_image001[34]Saving Time with AppXRay and Eclipse
Stream(s): ORACLE DEVELOP
Track(s): Application Grid and Oracle WebLogic

Java IDEs such as Eclipse do a great job finding syntax errors and prevent the wasted time of running a full build that's sure to fail. However, they do little to verify that run-time dependencies are satisfied. This allows a Web application to compile but not run. Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse examines all the elements of a Web application and their relationships, including JSF and JSP resources, deployment descriptors, configuration files, and more. The dependency knowledge also allows it to provide code completion/navigation for supported frameworks, even a graphical view of these dependencies. This session will show how to use the capabilities of AppXRay to save development time using Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse.

  • S316922
  • Type = [Conference Session]
  • Hotel Nikko/Nikko Ballroom II

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