Migrating to GlassFish - Combining Spring Framework and Java EE


Kawazu writes about the experience of taking an App that started as a Web App using the Spring Framework and changing it to Exploit more JavaEE features, specifically EJBs. The goal was not to remove the use of Spring but rather to leverage more effectively the Java EE support (like in the GlassFish Server and the NetBeans IDE).

I am beginning to see more positive indicators of warming up to EJBs. The JavaOne session on EJB 3.1 was in one of the big rooms and it was packed; check out Ken's previews from March, and stay tuned for updates in the next weeks.

BTW, note that you can install the Spring Framework on GlassFish Using the Update Center.


Hmmm... thanks for linking me here. We're just in the middle of this procedure, and more funny things comin' up so I hope to more or less frequently write about this... :)

Posted by Kristian on July 27, 2008 at 07:28 PM PDT #

Sure thing. Just let us know how it goes. ALso note we are interested in production stories for http://blogs.sun.com/stories. - eduard/o

Posted by Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart on July 28, 2008 at 12:48 AM PDT #

the "stories" report is on top of my to-do list actually but "scheduled" to be written as soon as we finished "stage 1" of our migration, which is (as things look now) likely to be mid-autumn of 2008. we want to make sure we actually do have something substantial to tell the world about. ;)

Posted by Kristian on July 28, 2008 at 04:31 PM PDT #

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