By Gopal Jorapur on Oct 14, 2008
Here is one more great blog from Davis – HTTPS Selenium with GlassFish and SocialSite
Its a very informative and technical blog, Thanks to Davis for posting it
Here is one great blog from Davis – PHP on GlassFish V3 using Netbeans 6.5
PHP is a server side scripting language, embedded in HTML
He has included very simple steps, please try it out
Ofcourse FishCAT is still open, and you could use the above combination and file as many issues as you want !
As Judy says, Happy FishCATting !
I am sure you want to be using the latest versions of GlassFish and Portal softwares in a secured environment
Please check Sahoo's one pager on GlassFish V3 Modularization using OSGi
Liferay is an open source portal and Sun is using Liferays codebase and contributing Sun features. The project name for the same is Websynergy. OpenSSO is an open source project for single sign on. This blog describes how to integrate Liferay with OpenSSO on Glassfish V3 TP2
We do see lot of performance bottlenecks in database operations. Tracing these botttlenecks is an important task in optimizing database operations. This information can help you fine tune the database calls that the application makes and in this way improve the application's performance. This Tech Tip from Jagadish will help demonstrate how to use a tool called P6SPY to trace the database requests issued by an application running with the GlassFish v2 application server. Here we learn how to trace SQL statements from an application that uses GlassFish's JDBC Connection Pool.
Since there are so many downloads, installations and configurations by the GlassFish community, the GlassFish has gone through various testing on all permutations and combinations of hardware and operating systems. So you would not find basic issues for sure. Also, there is wealth of GlassFish knowledge base online. If you get stuck, just do google “GlassFish issue” , I am almost certain you will get your answers
GlassFish has Enterprise features and is ready for production use, in this blog I am going to give some links on GlassFish enterprise features
You can play with admin console and get yourself comfortable with GlassFish features and you will know how easy to use them, deploy sample applications make changes, redeploy, experiment various deployment options
A great technical article on GlassFish clustering is here
We also have High Availability administration guide
GlassFish has two mechanisms for high availability of session data. The first is in-memory, GlassFish is configured to in-memory by default
If you need 5 9's of availability, please use enterprise bits with HADB support
GlassFish supports Software Loadbalancer and Hardware Loadbalancer
Did I confuse you with GlassFish and GlassFish enterprise bits? I hope not, if I have done, here is the differences in the bits
If you need SSL, yes GlassFish comes with Out-of-box support for SSL, here is how you can use it
Interested in Singe Sign On? yes we do have an answer for it
Looking for some references, our adoption stories can assist you.
Looking for an ISV for GlassFish, yes GlassFish has a very successful Partner Program
If you are going for production, and you need timely support from Sun for your mission critical applications, you can buy commercial support for GlassFish
Please read Sriram's blog for more details on OpenSource and Total Cost of Ownership
On Windows Vista or 2008, you might have seen the prompts asking your permission to do various tasks.
The easiest way to put an end to the prompts and have programs, such as GlassFish, installed and ran as a user different than Administrator on Windows Vista or 2008, is to turn off UAC - User Account Control. Lidia has a blog on this, its one of our tricks of the tradeTAGS: glassfish
Smitha has this blog to help users in configuring loadbalancer on apache
The steps are very detailed, with actual commands, so users can just copy/paste for most casesTAGS: glassfish loadbalancer
GlassFish V3 TP2 Refresh bits are here
Nolan has this informative blog to give easy steps for installation and also some tips,tricks of the trade and trouble shooting information
Its one of our “How To” blog, please check it out.
The blog is written by quality owner of GlassFish V3 installer, his rich experience is reflected in this blog
Sathyan also has a blog on thisglassfish v3 tp2 install
It is a tough choice for companies to decide on a particular software, there are so many competitive products in the market. Open source software is one of the choice, they too offer a great feature set, ease of use and a highly scalable enterprise class softwares
Obviously open source choices they make need to meet the requirements of the organization. There are few questions that haunt them before they make a choice to open source, and please check Sriram's blog on what the GlassFish application server has to offerTAGS: glassfish v3 v2
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Trasport Layer Security (TLS) are cryptographic protocols that provide secure layer communication in the internet. The two are refered by the term SSL and are supported by GlassFish.
GlassFish uses JSSE (Java Secured Socket Extension) for SSL implementation and JKS for keystore.glassfish v3 tp2 install v2 openportal ssl security
Please post your questions/comments to his blog, he has depth of security knowledge, lets leverage it !TAGS: glassfish security