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GlassFish JDBC Security with Salted Passwords on MySQL

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One of the most successful posts on this blog is my post about setting up a JDBC Security Realm with form based authentication on GlassFish. Some comments on this post made me realize that there is more to do to actually make this secure as it should be. Security out of the box Picture: TheKenChan (CC BY-NC 2.0) GlassFish comes with a ...

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GlassFish Operations: Log Notifications

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The of the most prominent requirements for application servers derive from the operations space. Taking this into account the next Java EE platform specification will focus entirely on platform as a service (PaaS) and cloud operations. Looking at what we have today still leaves a couple of questions unanswered. The one I get asked for quite a lot is: ‘How ...

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Connect Glassfish 3 to external ActiveMQ 5 broker

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Introduction Here at ONVZ we’re using Glassfish 3 as our development and production application server, and we’re quite happy with its performance and stability, as well as the large community surrounding it. I rarely run into a problem that does not have a matching solution on stackoverflow or java.net. As part of our open source strategy we also run a ...

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GlassFish 3.1.2 is Full of MOXy (EclipseLink JAXB)

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I am very happy to announce that EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) is now a JAXB ( JSR-222) provider in GlassFish 3.1.2. I would like to thank the EclipseLink and GlassFish committers for all their hard work to make this happen. In this post I will introduce how MOXy can be leveraged to create a JAX-WS service. In future posts I will ...

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Arquillian 1.0.0.Final released! Ready for GlassFish and WebLogic! Death to all bugs!

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Red Hat, Inc. and the JBoss Community today announced the 1.0.0.Final release of Arquillian, its award-winning testing platform built to run on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Arquillian substantially reduces the effort required to write and execute Java middleware integration and functional tests. It even enables test engineers to address scenarios previously considered untestable or too expensive to test. The ...

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The Java EE 6 Example – Galleria

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Have you ever been wondering where to find some good end-to-end examples build with Java EE 6? I have. Most of the stuff you find on the net is very basic and doesn’t solve the real world problems. This is true for the Java EE 6 tutorial. All the other stuff, like most of what Adam Bien publishes are a ...

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Scaling up to WebLogic 12c Server from GlassFish 3.x

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One of the main goals of Oracle’s strategy for GlassFish server was to “integrate with Fusion Middleware and Products” (source: Community Roadmap May, 2010). Back in this year you heard a lot of fears and rumors about the two servers becoming one. Seeing both products moving forward in terms of features and releases it gets clearer what that strategy could ...

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GlassFish Response GZIP Compression in Production

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A lot has been written about this and this basically should be common knowledge, but talking to different people out there and looking at the efforts Google takes to improve page speed it seems to me that the topic is worth a second and current look. The basics HTTP compression, otherwise known as content encoding, is a publicly defined way ...

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