Welcome to Ias to The Aquarium.Ias is a contributor in a number of our projects, and also a contributor to Apache.Ias' latest blog talks about the justpre-released Java WSDP 2.0.Ias shows how to use JWSDP 2.0 on the latest GlassFishincluding how to get around several several small problems;you may want to check them out to save yourself some time.The major problem is that b32 (just released) insists, properly, that the descriptors for applications using the new Java EE 5...
Sameer Tyagi has been writing a series of articles at Java.Sun.Com on Document-based Web Services. He just publisheddpart 3,an update taking advantage ofJAX-WS 2.0, which is available inMustang and in GlassFish.And Bon Profit! to those celebrating Sant Esteve.
The development teams for JAXB 2.0 and JAX-WS 2.0 have released Early Access 3 releases of their components.These are the releases that go into the Java WSDP 2.0that just went out as a preview.Check Doug's announcementhereand Kohsuke's announcementhere.
The core development team for the iStack is discussing changes targetted for future releases.The changes are intended to address performance and Tango interoperability needs.Check Doug's annoucementand his blog entry.The actual technical discussion is in thejax-ws DEV mailing list.This discussion is very important to high quality Web Services support in GlassFish;we appreciate your help.
Mark reports that theJSR-270 Expert Group has released anearly draft reviewof the contents of Mustang.The implementations of StAX, JAXB 2.0, JAX-WS 2.0, Common Annotations, XML Security and JSR-181 are shared withGlassFish. The version of JAXP is 1.4, which is a maintenance release of JAXP 1.3, in GlassFish.
Rich, Carla and I are all taking a rest next week and the only The Aquarium entries willbe the ones that are queued as of tonight.Next year we will catch up with any accumulated news;in the meantime, enjoy your holidays (if you celebrate any, whatever it may be),have a great a New Year! and looking forward to the evolution of this community in 2006.Bon Nadal i Feliç Any Nou! - eduard/o
A special, year-end, preview of the Java WSDP 2.0 isnow available.This release includes EAs for the key WS and XML technologies: JAX-WS 2.0, JAXB 2.0, SAAJ 1.3, StAX, which are part ofMustang and ofJava EE 5.The implementations for these technologies are exactly what is in the latest builds ofGlassFish,except that they are packaged so you can try them also on Tomcat and SJS AS 8.x.JWSDP 2.0 also has the first deliverable inProject Tango: it includes an implementationof...
Jeff Suttor mentions that the JAXP team has released newJAXP 1.3.1 and JAXP 1.4 builds out.Check the builds at thedownload site.JAXP 1.4 is an early release of the spec that goes intoMustang.JAXP 1.3.1 is an FCS release of the final spec that is inTiger and will also be in Java EE 5 - and, as such, is part ofGlassFish.JAXP 1.3.1 fixes many bugs;here is thelist of bugs fixed.Norm was directly involved in the spec and he also blogsabout the release.
There have been several questions about GlassFish, the J2EE (or Java EE) SDK, the RI (Reference Implementation) and the Sun Java System Application Server products. Ken Drachnik's blog addresses the different names and what they are.Eduardo has several related blogs:,,.