Kin-Man Chun showshow to useJSPWiki on top of SJS AS 8.x and other servers based onthe GlassFish code base. JSPWiki is a popular Java-based Wiki;among others, it is used atRollerWebLogger.JSPWiki is also used in Sun'sPortal Server 7.0, which supportsa bunch of collaboration functionality through a notion of community. PS 7.0 looks very good; Rich goes into more detail, including a link to where the bits will be later this week.
A quick way to kick the tires or get up to speed with GlassFish and Java EE 5 is to check out some of the samples Carla Mott has kindly listed on her java.net blog. Enterprise, Learning,Java,EJB3,GlassFish
Of course Derby has been part of GlassFish for a while, but here's coverage of today's announcement committing to broader support for Apache Derby (distributed by Sun as the Open Java DB) :Internetnews.com - Sun Backs Apache Derby with Java DBeWeek - Sun Releases Open Source Java DatabaseCNET - Sun Plugs in Open Source Java DatabaseThe Register - Apache Database Slips out with Sun
The Enterprise JavaTechTips are short tips, techniques, and sample code on different topics of interest to the J2EE developer.Gregjust contributed a new TechTip onUsing AJAX with Java Technology.Like his other recent contributions on AJAX,his examples are part of the AJAXBlueprints effort.Other useful contributions are hisAJAX FAQ,histechnical articleon this topic,and the Java BluePrints Solutions Catalog for Java EE 5,which uses the builds from the GlassFish Communityand is...
Some pictures from the FOSS.in event.If you have never gone toBangalore check them out; they will give you a flair for (an area)of the city.From Madhu KR's, in hisblogand atflickr.Prasad also has a new blog entry on the event and GlassFish.Events, Learning
Recently I got to talk to a two members of the GlasFish Persistence team, Tom Ware and Gordon Yorke. Both Tom and Gordon work for Oracle in Ottawa, Canada and extensive knowledge of the TopLink code that was donated by Oracle to GlassFish. Read the interview here.Architecture, Community, JavaPersistence
I had not heard about IBatis until I saw it mentioned yesterday inSamuel's blog.But then today I saw it also mentioned in theOnJava survey, so I thought it would be worth a look.From their web site, iBATIS Data Mapper is a framework for using database with both Java and .NET applications that couples objects with stored procedures or SQL statements using a XML descriptor. They claim they are simpler than traditional object relational mapping tools, but I have no separate...