Scripting roundup: PHP, Rails on GlassFish

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Dick has a detailed post on "LAMP stack on GlassFish" which really focused on Caucho's Quercus PHP runtime inside GlassFish to execute Wordpress (with MySQL as the back-end obviously). The post provides database setup details and prefers standalone WAR files (carying along Quercus).

S├ębastien focuses on Joomla on GlassFish but prefers the PHP/JavaBridge route even if it requires more configuration steps including a native PHP installation.

In JRuby on Rails land, Jacob has a two-part series on how to make the GlassFish jRubyOnRails runtime pooling more effective and the AI-logic available to other scripting technologies hosted in GlassFish as well.


This blog entry has not been tagged with scripting.

Good to see progress for scripting on GlassFish!

The next Jython 2.5 release will be published soon and Django 1.0 is already running without changes on Jython 2.5.

Posted by René Leonhardt on September 03, 2008 at 06:47 PM PDT #

Thanks René. I've added the "scripting" tag.
Jython and Django on GlassFish (using modjy) are part of the overall scripting effort. Can't wait for Jython 2.5 (and Django).

Posted by Alexis MP on September 03, 2008 at 07:05 PM PDT #

Cool, in Jython 2.5 Alpha3 the standalone installer works again:

Posted by René Leonhardt on September 10, 2008 at 06:11 PM PDT #

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