Hello JavaEE 5

People have been asking on the nbj2ee@netbeans.org about JavaEE 5 support in NetBeans.

No, it is not part of NetBeans 5.0. Yes, I too wanted everything yesterday :-) but the specs and the application servers are not complete either. Anyway, there are daily builds of the next version of NetBeans available from NetBeans download page which already support creation of EJB 3.0 beans and deployment to GlassFish and Jboss. We will be adding functionality as it gets added into our favorite server and as time permits (we still have some work on NetBeans 5.0).

I wrote a small tutorial about how to get the build and create your first JavaEE 5 application. Check it out and send feedback to nbj2ee@netbeans.org or add comments bellow.

I will be posting more about the progress on JavaEE 5 support in this blog.

Comments:

Welcome!

Posted by Roumen on nëntor 04, 2005 at 07:41 MD EST #

Hey Pavel - Did you just start this blog? This is great! Only one problem that I see: where's the RSS feed for it? I don't see a little "XML" icon anywhere.

Posted by Gregg Sporar on nëntor 07, 2005 at 06:51 PD EST #

Greg, yes I just started. I figured somebody should write about our work on JavaEE5 support so why not doing it myself. Thanks for support!
I hope I fixed the RSS - at least the little "XML" icon is there :-) I am new to this, bear with me.

Posted by Pavel Buzek on nëntor 07, 2005 at 07:17 PD EST #

I'm really looking forward to seeing annotation support for web services in NetBeans. And is there anywhere where I can go to find a complete list of identifiers like @ejb?

Posted by Geertjan on nëntor 08, 2005 at 07:06 PD EST #

不错,,就是这样!!!!

Posted by 手机图片下载 on nëntor 11, 2005 at 12:19 MD EST #

Geertjan, many annotations are defined in varous specifications. The basic set for JavaEE is in JSR 250, which is the 'main' Java EE 5 spec. These are the things like resource injection that are common for all APIs. The EJB and persistence annotations are in JSR 220 (EJB and Persistence spec). Web services related annotations are partly in JSR 181 (Java annotations for web services) and partly in JSR 224 (JAX-WS 2.0). There are also annotations in JAXB 2.0 that are relevant for web services. You see that asking for a complete list of annotations is like asking for a complete list of APIs :-)
But here is a small hint: get the Java EE 5 build, create a project, create a Java class. Type @ and hit Ctrl+Space. You will see a complete list of annotations that are in javaee.jar in application server. I counted over 150 of them.

Posted by guest on nëntor 11, 2005 at 02:34 MD EST #

Thank you for your blog, i am insterested most in the specifics of using swing clients that remotley connect to Jboos or Glassfish with ejb3 using Hibernate as persistance. there are a lot of info on how to make a web app, but i can't find any on swing clients that demonstrate a clean path on how to setup jndi.properies, application.xml, and dependances to the client and finaly how they should be packed.

Posted by Martin Jozef on nëntor 14, 2005 at 06:23 PD EST #

This is great, Pavel! Thanks! I'm following the "Hello World" tutorial now. How do I use the JSF Managed Bean template? I don't see it in the contect menu for New for the WebModule. ==Leonard

Posted by Leonard Sitongia on nëntor 18, 2005 at 05:25 PD EST #

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