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David Blevins
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Just Fork-and-code!  An +Apache TomEE and JAX-RS starter project designed for the truly impatient.  Leverages +Arquillian for real tests.
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Application Servers are amazing! This is a good starting point about application servers on Google+. Welcome!
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First release, have a look!
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David Blevins
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Shows how to setup TomEE in NetBeans and create a JAX-RS service!
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 Prepare for the pre-release of Integration Testing from the Trenches: tools, techniques and good practices to handle your Integration Tests.

Include a chapter dedicated to #JavaEE and +Arquillian.
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This is a 2-part discussion/question.

Background: I have a Tomcat-hosted Liferay 6.1 site. It is hosted on CentOS. The database is MySQL. I use Infinispan for user data caching in part to prepare for eventual clustering. My experience with the Java stack encompasses only the two years I've spent on this project. I work alone. I have been programming for 48 years, just not in the Java world.

Q 1: I need to create a custom rules engine that can be called from one of my beans to run the rules against the current user's data which has just been updated both in Infinispan and in MySQL. The engine also needs to be run overnight against all users' data. Is this an EJB use case? If so, would I best implement it by using TomEE with Liferay? Alternatively, I could add a nodejs server and communicate with that. I do have experience with node. Suggestions, please.

Q 2: Is there a definitive doc someplace on migrating a Liferay project from Tomcat to TomEE?

Thanks. I hope this question is posted to the correct place.
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Mauro Chi

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The tomee 1.6.0.2 not work into netbeans like jee server. For example if i try to generate jsf pages from entity i get a message that is not available a jee server .
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I could be wrong, but I think that "Generate JSF Pages" from domains is not a killer feature of Netbeans IDE. If you need boilerplate generator for Java EE project you could look this "forge.jboss.org". It'll be more useful, I think. TomEE plugin could be found this
 forge.jboss.org/plugins.html
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Tomitribe are back from a really successful DevoxxUK. To coin a term used a lot at the show - "Tomcat user? Then you should have a look at TomEE". It was great to see so many interested in this fantastic server!
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David Blevins
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DevoxxUK is next week and we couldn’t be more excited. Why? Oh, let me count the ways.
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@ApacheTomEE 1.6.0.2 is out now - http://tomee.apache.org/tomee-1.6.0.2.html - Get it today! Back to @tomitribe tinkering.
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The Best RefCard Ever
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Nicolas Frankel

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No direct relation to TomEE, but might be interesting
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That's what I also thought and why I'm sharing :-D
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Ayan Majumder

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Big Data Predictive Analytic (Advanced) Training program
 
This course is intended for those who have elementary knowledge of Hadoop ETL layer and want to get deeper into Machine learning techniques implementation in Hadoop.
 
The course incorporates an introduction to Big Data, the Data Analytics lifecycle, machine learning, R & R Studio, as well as Hadoop (MapReduce, HDFS, Storm, Kafka, Cassandra).
 
This course will be taught by industry experts, Dominique A. Heger Ph.D. and Dr. Alain Biem. Together they have 30+ years of experience with IBM, HP, Oracle/Sun, Dell, and SGI SMP and MPP systems architecture, cluster (Hadoop), GRID, and Cloud Computing, UNIX/Linux operating systems, I/O subsystem performance,algorithms and data structures, performance modeling and simulation, operations research, network and cluster technologies, telecommunication (VoIP), and all phases of the software development life cycle. Alain Biem is a Senior Research Scientist and Project Lead at IBM Research in New York, where he has contributed or led various research and development projects in the area of Big Data, predictive analytics, time series processing, distributed processing, information management, and business modeling.
 
There will be Lab exercises focused on introducing Data Analytics, the Hadoop Ecosystem and Machine Learning by utilizing actual Hadoop and Storm clusters, machine learning models, and R & R Studio.
 
Also we will get the certified students connected with the largest and most notable Big Data staffing company in Silicon Valley, DC, New York and Boston.
 
This 6-week, 24 hrs course will offer a comprehensive outline of how to extract the knowledge from structured and unstructured data frommultiple domains.
 
Class starts from Monday, March 24th, 2013.
We are offering a 25% discount on  tuition for the first 20 students.
 
Total Weeks: 6;     # of sessions/week: 2 (Monday & Friday)
# of sessions: 24 (12 sessions, 2-hrs each)
Please register at http://autopredictivecoding.com/big-data-predictive-analytic/  
Students will get certificate from DHS Technologies (http://dhtusa.com/5852.html    ).
 
 
Contact :contact@autopredictivecoding.com,ssengupta@autopredictivecoding.biz,
bpal@autopredictivecoding.biz
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Ron Smits

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I just finished a proof of concept project for a client where we build a complete system using Activiti and Drools in a Tomee 1.6.0. container. We had no problems whatsoever using these inherent spring frameworks with Tomee. 
Tomee and Arquillian made it quite easy to test just about everything we wanted to test. 

We are very satisfied with the way we could develop fast and easy using Tomee. The only gripe we had (and still have) is the logging of tomee. Way too complicated!
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It's very interesting. Could you share something more about integration these technologies with TomEE? Or maybe helloworld project in github? Thank you.
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