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glassfish4-openshift

11 Apr

http://svanimpe.be/blog/glassfish-openshift.html

https://github.com/svanimpe/glassfish-openshift/

http://multikoop.blogspot.it/2012/09/adf-essentials-in-redhat-cloud.html

cron on openshift

https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/Deployment_Guide/ch-Automating_System_Tasks.html#s2-autotasks-cron-access

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ejb-schedule-expression

4 Apr

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7361889/have-an-ejb-schedule-tasks-with-crontab-syntax

https://docs.oracle.com/javaee/6/api/javax/ejb/ScheduleExpression.html

http://www.programcreek.com/java-api-examples/index.php?api=javax.ejb.ScheduleExpression

https://books.google.it/books?id=q9FQmcgxXTgC&pg=PA344&lpg=PA344&dq=javax.ejb.ScheduleExpression&source=bl&ots=aAiOAMaAHB&sig=_H1og-1FUAGYKP1zRe0JRttj3v0&hl=it&sa=X&ei=-xggVcPYCcKrUb-xgLgH&ved=0CGIQ6AEwCA#v=onepage&q=javax.ejb.ScheduleExpression&f=false

 

http://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSRTLW_8.0.4/com.ibm.jee6.api.doc/topics/api/javax/ejb/ScheduleExpression.html

 

http://ci.apache.org/projects/openejb/examples-generated/schedule-methods/

http://tomee.apache.org/examples-trunk/schedule-expression/README.html

 

 

 

 

 

angularfaces2

14 Mar

http://www.beyondjava.net/blog/angularfaces-2-steroids-jsf/

http://www.beyondjava.net/blog/final-version-angularfaces-2-0-published/

http://www.beyondjava.net/blog/angularfaces-2-0-embraces-html5-primefaces/

http://www.beyondjava.net/blog/angularfaces-calling-angularjs-controllers/

http://www.beyondjava.net/blog/angularfaces-check-boxes-drop-menus-tables/

http://showcase.angularfaces.com/index.jsf

http://showcase.angularfaces.com/babbageFaces/index.jsf

http://angularfaces-beyondjava.rhcloud.com/AngularFaces-5/index.jsf

http://angularfaces.com/#/


http://www.scoop.it/t/j2ee-development

http://javaevangelist.blogspot.gr/2013/09/jsfcdi-tip-of-day-how-to-create.html

http://blogs.perceptionsystem.com/php-java-who-win

http://blogs.perceptionsystem.com/5-common-mistakes-java-programmers

integration  angularfaces with bootfaces

http://www.bootsfaces.net/integration/angularFaces.jsf

slide-deltaspike

13 Mar

http://www.slideshare.net/os890/apache-deltaspike

mrwebmaster.it

12 Mar

http://www.mrwebmaster.it/didattica/

http://www.mrwebmaster.it/web-design/introduzione-bootstrap_11392.html

http://www.mrwebmaster.it/tomcat/come-funziona-tomcat_9840.html

http://www.mrwebmaster.it/ajax/funzionamento-ajax_9959.html

http://www.mrwebmaster.it/webserver/guide/

Building a Deployment Pipeline Using Git, Maven, Jenkins, and GlassFish (Part 1 of 2)

12 Mar

Programmatic Ponderings

Build an automated deployment pipeline for your Java EE applications using leading open-source technologies, including NetBeans, Git, Maven, JUnit, Jenkins, and GlassFish. All source code for this post is available on GitHub.

System Diagram 3a

Introduction

In my earlier post, Build a Continuous Deployment System with Maven, Hudson, WebLogic Server, and JUnit, I demonstrated a basic deployment pipeline using leading open-source technologies. In this post, we will demonstrate a similar pipeline, substituting Jenkins CI Server for Hudson, and Oracle’s GlassFish Application Server for WebLogic Server. We will use the same NetBeans Java EE ‘Hello World’ RESTful Web Service sample project.

The three main goals of our deployment pipeline will be continuous integration, automated testing, and continuous deployment. Our objective is to automatically compile, test, assemble, and deploy our Java EE application to multiple environments, as the project progresses through the software development life cycle (SDLC).

Building a reliable deployment pipeline is…

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Building a Deployment Pipeline Using Git, Maven, Jenkins, and GlassFish (Part 2 of 2)

12 Mar

Programmatic Ponderings

Build an automated deployment pipeline for your Java EE applications using leading open-source technologies, including NetBeans, Git, Maven, JUnit, Jenkins, and GlassFish. All source code for this post is available on GitHub.

System Diagram 3a

Introduction

In part 1, Building a Deployment Pipeline Using Git, Maven, Jenkins, and GlassFish (Part 1 of 2), we built the first part of our basic deployment pipeline using leading open-source technologies. In part 2, we will use Jenkins CI Server and Oracle GlassFish Application Server to complete our deployment pipeline.

To review, the three main goals of our deployment pipeline are continuous integration, automated testing, and continuous deployment. Our objective is to automatically compile, test, assemble, and deploy our Java EE application to multiple environments, as the project progresses through the software development life cycle (SDLC).

Setting up Git Server

As I mentioned in part 1, as a part of a development team using Git…

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