Tuesday Oct 14, 2008

HTTPS Selenium with GlassFish and SocialSite



Here is one more great blog from Davis – HTTPS Selenium with GlassFish and SocialSite

This blog illustrates the HTTPS configuration details on GlassFish and SocialSite, the blog also has step by step details on how to use this combination with selenium and testng tools

Its a very informative and technical blog, Thanks to Davis for posting it

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Monday Jun 23, 2008

Why GlassFish?

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 offer

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Wednesday Jun 18, 2008

OpenPortal on SSL instance of GlassFish

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.

Ajit has this blog on how to Install OpenPortal 7.2 on SSL instance of GlassFish

GlassFish uses JSSE (Java Secured Socket Extension) for SSL implementation and JKS for keystore.

The steps described in the blog work for GlassFish V2 and GlassFish V3 TP2

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Sunday Jun 15, 2008

GlassFish V2 Derby and Eclipse IDE

In this pictorial blog, Davis has explained, How to connect to GlassFish V2 Derby from Eclipse IDE

The instructions are very easy to try, since Davis has many screenshots in this blog


Davis also has a very good screencast on connecting GlassFish V3 and NetBeans 6.x




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