Monday Mar 25, 2013

Now is a perfect time to panic^h^h^h^h^hbackup

Peter Benedikovic has been hard at work prepping a new version of the GlassFish server adapter for Eclipse. This new server adapter supports GlassFish 4.0, but has required some changes that prevent the upgrade process from being straight-forward.

You will be able to tell that you are upgrading to the new version of the adapter if you see messages like these:

Your original request has been modified.
  "GlassFish Tools" is already installed, so an update will be performed instead.
  "Java EE 5 Documentation" is already installed, so an update will be performed instead.
  "Java EE 6 Documentation" is already installed, so an update will be performed instead.
Cannot complete the install because of a conflicting dependency.
  Software being installed: GlassFish Tools 2.2.1.201303... (oracle.eclipse.tools.juno.glassfish.feature.group 2.2.1.201303...)
  Software currently installed: GlassFish 3.1.2.2 Application Server runtime 3.1.2.201208291146 (oracle.eclipse.runtime.juno.runtime.glassfish3122.feature.group 3.1.2.201208291146)
  Only one of the following can be installed at once: 
    Oracle GlassFish Server Tools 5.0.1.201208291146 (oracle.eclipse.tools.glassfish 5.0.1....)
    GlassFish Tools 5.2.1.201303201334 (oracle.eclipse.tools.glassfish 5.2.1....)
  Cannot satisfy dependency:
    From: GlassFish 3.1.2.2 Application Server Runtime 3.1.2.2012... (oracle.eclipse.runtime.glassfish3122 3.1.2.2012...)
    To: package com.sun.enterprise.jst.server.sunappsrv 0.0.0
  Cannot satisfy dependency:
    From: GlassFish 3.1.2.2 Application Server runtime 3.1.2.2012... (oracle.eclipse.runtime.juno.runtime.glassfish3122.feature.group 3.1.2.2012...)
    To: oracle.eclipse.runtime.glassfish3122 [3.1.2.2012...]
  Cannot satisfy dependency:
    From: GlassFish Tools 2.2.1.2013... (oracle.eclipse.tools.juno.glassfish.feature.group 2.2.1.2013...)
    To: oracle.eclipse.tools.glassfish [5.2.1.2013...]

Peter has a write-up on the process to follow to install the new GlassFish server adapter.

Monday Mar 05, 2012

Internal 3.1.2 runtime plugin for Eclipse available

While I have been busy learning the code of some different Oracle products, I have been helping keep the Eclipse tooling story on track. I am really happy with the work that Peter Benedikovic has been doing.

And here is the result of one of his first assignments:

He created a new runtime plugin for Eclipse, so folks that love to be lazy (like me) can download the plugin and never have to think about downloading 3.1.2 from download.java.net, unzipping it, opening the New Server dialog to create a new server runtime and then registering a new 3.1.2 instance.

I can feel my braincells doing a happy dance already!

For folks that like to live on the edge, there is also an update center of GlassFish related code for Eclipse Juno.

Thursday Dec 15, 2011

Eclipse integration changes

I recently started being responsible for addressing issues with the GlassFish integration plugin for Eclipse. Lucky for me, Indigo had shipped before the previous developer had left Oracle, so there were not immediate changes that were necessary.

Recent changes in the GF 3.1.2 code did make it necessary to release a new version of the plugin, since users could not register recent builds by claiming that it was a 3.1.1 build any longer.

I just finished pushing an update that makes 3.1.2 an explicitly 'supported' run-time to address that issue.

I have also finished the work that Ludo started to convert the plugin to a Maven/Tycho based build.

This is the first release of the plugin that was built and pushed onto java.net via hudson jobs, thanks to the wonderful support of Jane Young.

You can get the new plugin from http://dlc.sun.com.edgesuite.net/glassfish/eclipse/indigo/.

Folks should know that I will be building a new GlassFish runtime plugin that includes 3.1.2 once it is finalized.

Saturday Aug 29, 2009

SIP Servlet Applications in Eclipse

Screenshots of new features in the Glassfish Plugin for Eclipse that help folks develop SIP Servlet Applications (JSR-289) that they can deploy onto Sailfin servers.[Read More]
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