... EclipseLink, Migration Tool, JSF Managed Beans, OpenDS for WAS and JRuby, Extending SocialSite, and JavaSE 6U10

A compilation of today's news of interest:

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TopLink Essentials EclipseLink is the JPA implementation used in the soon-to-be-released GlassFish v3 Prelude. (as well as the RI for JPA 2.0). NetBeans has support for JPA, and this Screencast at NetBeans.TV shows how to use it in NB (thanks to Rob for the tip).

The GlassFish Migration team is soliciting participation from interested parties to Localize the tool. Contact Shinya via that blog entry or by sending email to g11n at glassfish dot dev dot java dot net if interested.

Arun has another post on JSF 2.0; this time showing how to Use JSF 2.0 with Managed Beans.

From OpenDS land, first Ludo points to an article at BigAdmin by Sachin Krishna Telang showing how to Use OpenDS with IBM's WebSphere. Then, Mark describes how he used OpenDS with JRuby.

Dave has published two recent notes focusing on the areas where SocialSite extends the OpenSocial API. The First Post covers People and Friending, Profile Editing and Metadata, Profile Privacy Settings and Group Creation, Management and Invitations. The Second Post covers Gadget Installation and Management, Messaging and Search. Dave promises additional posts.

And, from the land of Java SE, the long-awaited JavaSE 6 U10 release is now available; check Downloads, FAQ and Osvaldo's post. Despite its obscure name, this is a very important release - I'd expect additional posts on the topic early next week.



I think you meant to say EclipseLink instead of TopLink Essentials in your post (note that the title is correct).


Posted by Ismael Juma on October 18, 2008 at 01:01 PM PDT #

I think there's a confusion here. AFAIK EclipseLink wiil be the JPA2 RI and I really hope it'll make into Glassfish v3. Toplink Essentials' lack of coordinated cache renders it unusable for enterprise deployments, so we definetely need an improvement here.

Posted by Kristof Jozsa on October 18, 2008 at 07:16 PM PDT #

Yes, sorry. Obviously doing two things at the same time. Now fixed -- eduard/o

Posted by Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart on October 19, 2008 at 01:06 AM PDT #

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