Wednesday Oct 26, 2011

Fixes you want to see in GlassFish 3.1.2 - please vote!

We've done this before and it worked quite well for GlassFish 3.1.1 - we need a few minutes of your time to vote for the JIRA issues you considered the most important to fix in the 3.1.2 timeframe (due out in the first half of 2012).


We fixed more than 100 bugs in 3.1.1 and are expecting to fix just as many in this new release. These can be issues that are already in the system or new ones you may come across. While there is not commitment of any kind that they will fixed we'll do the best we can to accommodate as many fixes as the schedule allows. We'll look at the voting results in the next couple of weeks.

Six promoted builds have already been put out and you can find more details on this 3.1.2 release on the GlassFish Wiki.

Monday Mar 10, 2008

Vote for Atlassian Formal Support of JIRA on GlassFish


JIRA is a very popular package from Atlassian for bug tracking, issue tracking, & project management. It has run fine on GlassFish for a while but it is not formally supported.

Given our Recent Download Numbers and other Adoption Indicators, I think that sooner and later Atlassian will add support but, you can Cast your Vote and speed up the process. Note you will need to get a JIRA account and log in. Thanks!

Of course, what I'd like is for JIRA to switch to using GlassFish as their embedded web server (they use Tomcat now), but I know that will take a bit longer. Maybe when v3 is out.

Wednesday Mar 14, 2007

Hudson - JIRA Integration

Hudson/JIRA integration

Kohsuke noticed that Lucene was now using Hudson for their nightly builds and that one of the Lucene developers wanted better integration with JIRA... so he wrote a new Plugin to do just that. The plugin can provide linkage from Hudson builds to JIRA entries and can also update the JIRA issues automatically.

The plugin architectural principle is one that Kohsuke has used succesfully in the JAXB and JAX-WS RIs; it is very flexible as it supports adding new functionality without impacting the stability of the existing features. Somebody is already asking for a Hudson plugin for FishEye.

Wednesday Apr 19, 2006

JIRA and GlassFish


JIRA is a popular defect tracking system and many companies rely on it; here is how one developer got JIRA running on GlassFish and PostgreSQL. It builds on earlier blogs for key instructions (good to see TheAquarium used this way), and the overall process was quite easy.

As an extra bonus, the driver for all of this was... "... we’re migrating to Glassfish at work", So, it turns that this is a double good news blog: another deployment, and JIRA on GlassFish.

Check the Blog entry for the details.