Alan has a very detailed blog on how to use JAX-WS 2.0 to interoperate with a Web Services endpoint that uses Attachementsaccording toWS-I Attachment Profile 1.0,using WSDL/MIME bindings and the swaRef schema type(wsdl,soap).The blog has extensive listings and detailed steps.The example code uses GlassFish,although the functionality is also available inJava WSDP 2.0.WS-I, Interoperability,GlassFish,WebServices,JAX-WS
Charles Beckham must have one of the coolest jobs at Sun. Not only does he get to play with Apple's new Intel based "screamer" he also gets to play with some of Sun's new tools and technologies (which seems reasonable given that he helps build them). His blog currently has some very nice screenshots of the NetBeans 5.5 Developer Preview (showing the BPEL Designer and integrated UML tool) all running on App Server 9 (beta) on the new Intel Mac.Meanwhile Petr Blaha has a nice...
Kohsuke recently started writing about the newImproved JAX-WS implementationand now Paul is going into someDetails on JAX-WS Performance.He describes the use ofJapex, the newXMLStreamBufferandXMLStreamReader,and more. He also promises more details in future blogs.I think the new implementation will rock (or rocket?);this would be a great time fornew members to join;start by using the artifacts (beta soon!),report bugs and rfes, and eventually become contributors.(Photo by...
Right after releasingSJS AS 8.2 one of theThreads at TSSstarted a conversation that ended addressing several topics includingSJS AS as a Windows Service.Snjezana now expands on that topic,goes into moreBackground on the Reasons behind the current behavior,and ends asking for opinions on what would be the best behavior.Pleasepost comments or Snjezana so GlassFish can implement what you need.(Photo by melyviz)Foo, Bar, Baz, and Wombat,GlassFish
Sankara Rao describes the principles ofSelf-Managementas implemented in GlassFish:Event-Driven Management Rules that are built on JMX and MBeans, with some predefinedevents and rules and an admin GUI and CLI that can be used to create and manage rules.Also seeSome Examples,and the Self-Management Web Page.Self-Management,GlassFish
Pavel's blog Next Step: Generate Simple JSF Application talks about generating a web front end using JSF and the CRUD pattern. Looks like he implemented the wizard just before blogging and people found it useful. The front end is for Java Persistence entity classes described in his previous blog Generate entity classes from DB.
Tim describesHow to Give Command LIne Arguments and Properties to a Java Web Start-enabled application.It is pretty straight-forward. You write things like:http://host:port/launch-url?arg=-shape&arg=rectangle&prop=color=redAnd, on that general direction, Vince gives a heads up to a thread on how to writeCustom Client Policies.JavaWebStart,GlassFish