Tuesday Dec 16, 2008

SIP Servlet Development Support and 6.5

Some folks may have read about the work done to create a development environment for SIP Servlet Applications based on NetBeans 6.1.

Now that 6.5 is out, you may have noticed that the bits aren't available on the 6.5 beta update center. The primary reason they aren't there is because I haven't asked that they be pushed into that update center. You can install the NBMs that support SIP Servlet application development,

by installing them from the lib/tools/netbeans subdirectory of a SailFin installation. You can also download the plugin from the 6.1 Beta update center into 6.5, but I do not recommend that. Those NBMs do not have the 'final' JSR289 apis and some other bug fixes.

I will request that the nbms be staged in the 6.5 Beta update center after the SailFin project ships their 1.5 release.

Tuesday Jul 24, 2007

New GlassFish Integration Feature: XML Multiview editor for deployment descriptor editing

In my New GlassFish Integration Features screencast, I touched on this, but it went by very quickly.

In earlier releases of NetBeans, the vendor specific deployment descriptor was "managed" by leveraging JSR-88. Some of this management spilled into the editing experience for these descriptors. It was significantly different than the editing experience for the "standard descriptor".

Here is a screen shot of the XML multi-view descriptor editor for the ejb-jar.jar file.

The editor for the associated sun-ejb-jar.xml was radically different.

In the NetBeans 6.0 release, we finally bit the bullet and threw out most of the "management" aspects of JSR-88. This has allowed us to create an editing experience for the sun-ejb-jar.xml file that is similar to the experience for the standard, ejb-jar.xml editor.

This screen shot is from the same project as the previous image, but shows the editor from NetBeans 6.0.

Follow this link to a search for all of my entries about new GlassFish integration features for NetBeans 6.0.

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