Saturday Apr 24, 2010

Fundamo, OSGi, iPad.. and More GlassFish News - April 24rd, 2010

Financial services on the go - GlassFish for Fundamo and profit
Alexis recently published a new Adoption Story on how Fundamo uses GlassFish v2 and OpenMQ for its Enterprise Platform. Overview at stories entry, details in questionnaire, and an overview in this earlier short video interview.
We are always interested in more GlassFish adoption stories, both from (non-paying) users and from (paying) customers.   Stories come from all industries and around the world, the last few entries are PSA Peugeot Citro├źn (France/Auto), iVox (Belgium/Print), NHIH (US/Gov-Health Care) and Suncorp (Australia/Finantial).

OSGi/JMS/MDB Example
Sahoo's latest post describes a hybrid OSGi/JavaEE example that uses JMS and Message Driven Beans and leverages GlassFish v3.  Post includes source code and detailed description.

Siebel CRM Support for the iPad
Oracle shows how to use their server-side REST APIs and the iPad SDK to provide access to Siebel CRM from the iPad.   Devices like the iPad (and the iPhone) seem a very good match for the Oracle Fusion Applications

Innovating at Warp-Speed: Monitis Announces Java Monitoring from the Cloud
Monitis announces Java Application Monitoring, a cloud-based monitoring solution for JMX-based applications, including GlassFish containers.  More details in announcement and product page.

EJB 3.1 Asynchronous Session Beans
From Paris, with love... Patrick Champion provides a short example of using EJB 3.1's @Asynchronous annotation.  More benefits of JavaEE 6!

Alfresco community 3.3 installation on Glassfish
A short but detailed description of how to install Alfresco Community 3.3 with GlassFish v2.1 and MySQL.

Getting started with Glassfish V3 and SSL
The JavaDude provides a tutorial on how to use GlassFish v3 with SSL.

Sunday Oct 12, 2008

Using MyFaces with GlassFish

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Switching from Tomcat to GlassFish is very easy, specially with recent additions like Valves Support; The only somewhat tricky area were dependencies on MyFaces APIs or behavior.

A simple solution to this problem is to use the UseMyFaces properly, as mentioned in this thread. This approach is directly applicable Alfresco; see Mandy's post.

PS, I'll clarify if UseMyFaces is officially supported or not.