Last week we promotedb41,in the advanced (non-beta) branch(Announcement,IssueTracker List,Bug List).Altogether over 180 bugs have been fixed. Highlights of the release include:• The Java Persistence API can be used fromapplication clients. • The Java Persistence Implementation is tracking a number of spec changes(e.g. ,). • Users can use their own certificate to sign a generated appclient jar. • Shale and MyFaces, with or without JSF bundled,can be deployed in GF.Bug...
There is now aSAAJ Project at Java.Net.SAAJis the lower-level API in the Java Platform for Web Services.SAAJ 1.2 was designed to handle SOAP 1.1 messages with or without attachments,and SAAJ 1.3 extends that to cover SOAP 1.2 messages,and also includes cleanup and clarifications.CheckAshutosh's blog for more details.GlassFish,WebServices,SAAJ,SOAP
Ashutosh reports that thesource code for XWSS 2.0 has been released.This is a substantial rework of the old code that was delivered in JWSDP 1.x,and includes improved performance, more stable SPIs and APIs,and much enhanced functionality.This is the implementation that we are using in theMS PlugFest Events.Check Ashutosh's blogfor more details.GlassFish,WebServices,Security,XML
Dinesh reports howHudson builds GlassFish(running onGlassFish b41)- the build job is atglassfishbuildtools.sun.com.For developer-level descriptions of GlassFish builds see:,,and.ContinuousBuilds,GlassFish,Hudson
AJAX Announcements Beta Cartoons Clients Community Databases Enterprise General Goodies Interoperability Persistence Learning Administration NetBeans Opinion Performance Security Sun Tools Web Services Web Tier Sun Mar 19GlassFish request proxying with ApacheMon Mar 20How to Deploy Web Apps to GlassFishChange in Vendor-specific Strings in Java Persistence ImplGrizzly vs Coyote Performance SmackdownJava Expo '06 @ Sun Tech Days MadridWebDav in GlassFishJMX Blog RoundupTue Mar...
A couple of reports - so far - on our presentations atMadrid'06 SunTech Days:Coridio,andJaime Cid.The picture shown was taken while I was reporting on Jean-François'sLatest Grizzly Numbers.Madrid, Community,GlassFish
I had been accumulating interesting blogs on Mustang, sohere they are as a tight list:• Top 10 things you need to know• Java SE Ecology• Java methods in DTrace • Java SIGQUIT output from DTrace• The Hitchhiker's Guide to SNMP, Part-II.• Java SE 6 First Impressions: A Desktop Winner• Some Nice Comments on CompatibilityGlassFish,Mustang
This is an old blog that is still applicable:Kohsuke usesMathML as an exampleof a complex XML Schema inHow to Compile MathML with JAXB.You may also be interested in this morerecent blog.GlassFish,JAXB
Marc Hadley has blogged about support for RESTful Web Services in JAX-WS 2.0 several times. In his most recent entry he demonstrates the use of the Provider<T> Interface to consume RESTful invocations.For a bit more detail you might want to check out Arun Gupta's blog where he explains the valid bindings for the various Provider<T> types in JAX-WS.Find more articles about JAX-WS and REST.JAX-WS,REST