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Hi,can any one tell me some glassfish host?

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Thank you
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#JavaEE7 Event at the Nanjing Software Valley, China 

On January 11th, a large Java EE 7 event was held in the Nanjing Software Valley China jointly organized by the China (Nanjing) Software Valley Joint Management Committee and the Nanjing Java User Group. About 80 people from 15 different IT enterprises attended the highly successful event. Speakers included Nanjing JUG founder Tang Yong, Oracle China's Jim King and GlassFish committer Zhou Rong Hui.
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I would like to run JSR 352 script using JAVA SE ...instead of EE7.
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I dont' have tried but:

https://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=352

states that:

The JSR should allow creation of batch applications that may execute in the Java SE environment or Java EE environment without change to the application. There may be different qualities of service among each environment - e.g. JTA transactions in a Java EE environment.
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Bruno Borges
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As we start to plan for the next revision of the Java EE Platform (Java EE 8), we would like to get input from the community on the relative importance of some of the features that we might add.

Please participate in the survey: https://blogs.oracle.com/theaquarium/entry/we_need_your_help_java
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I started clicking through but clicked on a JSR which took me to a place to download a PDF. HTML versions of JSRs would be great.
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Spring MVC lacks a widget toolkit or any possibility for extending it with a toolkit -- so to me its really more of a struts like framework.  With JSF you like controls to individual methods in your classes.  And the you have your widgets built in, and they are all ajaxified without any extra coding.  You basically get Spring MVC + Javascript + JQuery + JQuery UI + extra ui components based on that -- without having to do any of the extra steps.  Its built in all written in type safe Java with no messy error prone javascript to maintain.
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Tutorial on developing and deploying J2EE based application on Amazon EC2 using Glassfish
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Hi,can any one tell me some glassfish host?

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Is there any one work with .war file?
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Sneha Sodhi

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Hi
I have created a real time java code compiler at http://www.guru99.com/try-java-editor.html . Although I have checked all security aspects ... do you experts see any major security leak that I need to care of?
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Bruno Borges
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"Come and Play! with #JavaEE7 " replay, by +Antonio Goncalves is now available on +YouTube!!

In this presentation, Antonio demonstrates how to use JBoss #Forge  to build Java EE 7 projects from a Command-line interface.

Read more in The Aquarium!
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hello. I'm newborn in java technology and have a simple question.
I work on javafx application. And i need a server to storage information.
How i understand now, server (servlet is quite enought) is a part of java ee.
Is it right, when client-side based on javafx and server-side based on java ee?
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I think you can help REST service, REST service will receive a JSON request and return JSON response. See more http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/giepu.html
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I have a dude, I developer an application to register with JDK, and distrubute for my clients, if I use Glassh Fish how Application Server, it would upgrade the application for my when I upgrate it
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Rainer Sulzbach

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Hi community,

I have a problem with GF4 while calling a web service I coded using http post. GF4 responds with a "Post too large" error. My post data is about 3MB.

Here is the GF4 debug log:

WARNING:   Post too large
WARNING:   StandardWrapperValve[obx2oex]: Servlet.service() for servlet obx2oex threw exception
java.lang.IllegalStateException: Post too large
    at org.glassfish.grizzly.http.server.Request.parseRequestParameters(Request.java:2024)
    at org.glassfish.grizzly.http.server.Request.getParameter(Request.java:1052)
    at org.apache.catalina.connector.Request.getParameter(Request.java:1547)
    at org.apache.catalina.connector.RequestFacade.getParameter(RequestFacade.java:448)
...

I already googled for this issue and found some help that encourages to modify the server configuration. I edited the following part in the domain.xml:

<http-service>
        <access-log></access-log>
        <virtual-server id="server" network-listeners="http-listener-1,http-listener-2"></virtual-server>
        <virtual-server id="__asadmin" network-listeners="admin-listener"></virtual-server>
        <property name="maxPostSize" value="2097152"></property>
      </http-service>

 and restarted the server. But the error still occurs.

Does anybody know, how to solve this "post too large" issue?
Thanks for your help!

PS: I just saw the starting log of the GF4 and it told me "WARNING:   Unsupported http-service property maxPostSize is being ignored".
So where should I tell GF4  to accept large post data?
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I'm glad to see that you've solved using the rest service.

Maybe +Arun Gupta can explains how we can extend the maxFormPostSize 2MB limit on GF 4 ?
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Alessio Gennari

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Hello to everyone, I have a problem with Glassfish 4 and passowrd alias in application scope: recently I migrate from Glassfish 3.1 to Glassfish 4, but I have an issue with password alias in a jdbc Connection Pool configuration. I defined pool in an application scope and I create password alias as I did in glassfish 3.

In password attribute of pool I set ${ALIAS=my_pwd_alias} as I did in glassfish 3.

When I try to ping JDBC connection pool, I receive an authentication error, so I tried to set clear password (the same encrypted in password alias) in pool and in this manner ping work done.

I deduce that password alias is not resolved in connection pool, defined in application scope.

Obviously, in glassfish 3 this configuration did work correctly.


Can anyone help me to resolve this problem?

I would to use encrypted password in configurations.


Thanks in advance.

Bye.
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Bruno Borges
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6 Facts About GlassFish Announcement
Since Oracle announced the end of commercial support for future Oracle GlassFish Server versions, the Java EE world has started wondering what will happen to GlassFish Server Open Source Edition . Unfortunately, there's a lot of misleading information going...
Since Oracle announced the end of commercial support for future Oracle GlassFish Server versions, the Java EE world has started wondering what will happen to GlassFish Server Open Source Edition. Unfortunately, there's a lot ...
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Bruno, thanks for the heads up. Btw: IMHO the last link at https://glassfish.java.net/ (lower-right) which reads "commercial supported version of Glassfish" should be edited to read "Commercial Glassfish support" and link to Logicoy which provides (and will continue to provide) commercial Glassfish support  http://logicoy.com/support
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Did you miss out on Arun's talk at JAX London Community Night? Watch the recording now #glassfish
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