JavaOne 2006 Day 0: NetBeans Day

Here are some raw notes from two sessions I attended in NetBeans Day

NetBeans Day

NB 5.5 and Java EE 5 - Ludo and Martin Adamek

Introduction
    Java EE 5 available today - SDK, Tools bundle beta AS/ESB/AM
    "This ain't your fathers J2EE" - Bill Shannon
    Declarative programming, EoD - Removing requirements - More powerful frameworks 
    Java EE 5 end to end development - JPA, web tier, ejb 3.0, web services and java EE SDK support
    web/j2ee applications integrated with the profiler pack

NetBeans 5.5 Java Persistence API support
    wizarsd to create entity classes, persistence units, persistence provider libraries, entity classes from database, jsf pages from entity classes, session facade from entity classes
    standalone persistence runtime from glassfish
    visual editor for persistence.xml

NetBeans 5.5 WebServices - Wizards for WS, clients, handlers and operations
    jax-ws 2.0 and jaxb 2.0
    drag and drop for WS operations, using WS clients from another prohect and annotations code completion
    glassfish tester capability

NetBeans 5.5 Web Tier suppport
    jsp/jsf el code completion
    visual security configuration
    palette, hyperlinks
    CRUD application generator

Demo
    entity classes from database, jsf page from entity classes, AVK integration, annotation codecompletion, persistence.xml gui/xml editing, hyperlinked editor
    webservice creation wizard, deploy, test WS

Project tango
    deliver WS technologies enabling first class interop between SJS products and WCF
    works with NB 5.5
    wizards to define WS attributes - secure WS- keystore/security bindings etc
    A secure WS being contacted by a webclient - xenc:CipherValue containing encrypted content - allows interoperability between WCF and SJS.
    NB 5.5 beta available today.

NetBeans enteprise pack - Todd Fast,Chris Webster and Mike Frisino

NB enterprise pack 
    enriching the circle of integrate tools
    changing the game - open source JSE into NB
    UML capabilities - SOA/BPEL orch at NB

Vision
    SOA - composite application building, BPEL, integration and rich visual XML tools
    Application lifecycle management - UML modelling, project mgmt and governance and automatic project documentation

Enterprise pack
    Integrated UML modelling - UML 2.0 - bidirectional model to code synchronization - markerless code generation
    Visual WS orchestration - BPEL 2.0 designer - roundtrip engg between visual diagram and BPEL source - deployment to SeeBeyond BPEL 2.0 engine hosted in JBI
    Visual XML tools - scalable visualization of schema documents - handle real world schemas like OTA, NRF, UBL, IRS - allows user to view schema with context - schema conceptualization - perform advanced queries with visualization. IRS schemas are really complex ! :)
    NB Enterprise pack Early Access available now!

Demo
    BPEL editor whirlwind tour - visual design environment, design and code views - one or more BPEL modules in a composite application - deploy BPEL artifacts to BPEL runtime is an implementation of BPEL which is embedded in a JBI engine(extensible service bus) [available within SJSAS] - new SOA samples available - Mapper XPath expression editor - Add JUnit testcases to exercise WSDL artifacts - debugging support at source code level (very similar to java debugger in NB) - adding WSDL's will result in obtaining transitive closure of all WSDLs into the project.
    visual XML schema generator - source, schema, instance and analysis views - OTA schema as an example of viewing and searching large schemas - show usages - 

http://enterprise.netbeans.org
http://xml.netbeans.org

.. and as usual the "Click and Hack - The Type-It Brothers." were am[us|az]ing. My wifi in my laptop is acting up and so my updates would be rather slow. Apologies for that. Anyway, for better/live coverage, there is a whole lot of sound-bytes appearing in the blogosphere.

My BoF is at Wednesday 05/17/2006 08:30 PM - 09:20 PM Argent Hotel Franciscan I. So if you are interested in connectors/resource adapter development, please do come.

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