Monday Oct 27, 2008

Configuring JSON for RESTful Web Services in Jersey 1.0

This tip shows you how to build a Jersey-based web application that returns information in JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) format. Jersey is an open-source, production-ready reference implementation of JAX-RS, the Java API for RESTful Web Services (JSR-311). [Read More]

Tuesday Oct 14, 2008

Using WS-Trust Support in Metro to Secure Web Services

This tip focuses on the support in Metro for WS-Trust. You will learn the basics of WS-Trust and its Security Token Service (STS) framework. You'll also learn about the support in Metro for WS-Trust and STS. And you'll see how easy it is to take advantage of this support to secure a web service using Metro and the NetBeans IDE.[Read More]

Monday Sep 29, 2008

Securing Attachments With Metro 1.3

In this tip, you will learn how to secure a SOAP Messages with Attachments (SwA) attachment using the Metro 1.3 web services stack.[Read More]

Monday Sep 15, 2008

Enterprise Tech Tips Survey

We'd like your feedback on the Enterprise Tech Tips -- what you like, what you don't like, what you'd like to see in future tips. Please go to the survey and give us your feedback. Your responses will help us make the Tech Tips better serve your needs. The survey period is September 15 through September 30.

True Abstraction: Composite UI Components in JSF 2.0 -- Part 2

Part 1 of this tip showed you how to create a composite UI component and use it in a web application. In Part 2, you will learn how to add functionality to the composite component that you created. [Read More]

Friday Aug 29, 2008

True Abstraction: Composite UI Components in JSF 2.0 -- Part 1

This Tech Tip introduces a powerful new feature in JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0 technology: composite user interface (UI) components. This feature allows you to turn any collection of page markup into a JSF UI component -- with attached validators, converters, action listeners, and value change listeners -- for use by page authors.[Read More]

Tuesday Aug 12, 2008

Building An Ajax-Enabled Web Application Using Phobos and jMaki

In this tip, you'll learn how to use Phobos and jMaki to create a simple Ajax-enabled web application. Phobos is a lightweight, scripting-friendly, web application environment that runs on the Java platform. The jMaki framework is a lightweight framework for creating Web 2.0 applications using standards-based technologies such as CSS, HTML, and JavaScript. [Read More]

Thursday Jul 31, 2008

Combining Groovy, Grails, MySQL, and the Java Persistence API

This tip shows you how to create an online catalog application using the Groovy language, the Grails framework, the MySQL database, the Java Persistence API, and the GlassFish application server.[Read More]

Tuesday Jul 15, 2008

Using P6Spy and the GlassFish Connection Pool to Trace Database Operations

This Tech Tip demonstrates how to use a tool called P6Spy to trace the database requests issued by an application running with the GlassFish v2 application server. Specifically, you'll learn how to trace SQL statements from an application that uses GlassFish's JDBC Connection Pool.[Read More]

Wednesday Jul 02, 2008

Preventing Non-Repeatable Reads in JPA Using EclipseLink

In this tip, you'll learn how to prevent non-repeatable reads through the Java Persistence API (JPA) and JPA extensions provided by the EclipseLink framework. [Read More]

Monday Jun 16, 2008

Using jMaki With PHP on OpenSolaris

This Tech Tip shows you how to create a PHP web application that incorporates jMaki widgets, communicates with a MySQL database, and runs in the OpenSolaris OS.[Read More]

Friday May 16, 2008

Tech Tips Quiz

Here's a short quiz that tests your knowledge of some topics covered in recent Tech Tips. You can find the answers at the end of the quiz.[Read More]

Wednesday Apr 30, 2008

Adding Authentication Mechanisms to the GlassFish Servlet Container

This tip will show you how to implement and configure new authentication mechanisms in the GlassFish v2 servlet container. [Read More]

Tuesday Apr 15, 2008

Working with jMaki Events

This tip covers the jMaki event mechanism. You'll learn about the concepts that underlie the event mechanism and how to take advantage of the event mechanism to easily interact with widgets.[Read More]

Friday Mar 28, 2008

Secure Conversations for Web Services With Metro

In this tip, you'll learn the basics of WS-SecureConversation, a web services specification designed to enable secure communication between web services. The tip also presets an example that demonstrates how to enable secure conversations for a web service through the WS-SecureConversation support in Metro. [Read More]



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