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Beginning Database-Driven Application Development in Java™ by Yuli Vasiliev

By Yuli Vasiliev

Beginning Database-Driven program improvement in Java™ EE: utilizing GlassFish™ specializes in the open resource GlassFish patience engine. This publication indicates Java programmers the best way to strengthen purposes using relational database applied sciences with examples utilizing Oracle and MySQL and the GlassFish software improvement framework and deployment platform all in response to Java EE.

  • The e-book explains intimately how one can arrange your Java EE answer right into a multilayer structure, putting such a lot emphasis on the best way to enforce the patience and database ranges of an program.
  • Through many examples, this booklet exhibits how one can successfully use the Java endurance gains to be had within the Java EE platform. learn the way you could significantly simplify the duty of establishing the patience layer of your Java EE program through relocating a few software good judgment into the underlying database, using database perspectives, saved courses, and triggers.
  • The ebook additionally explains tips to installation Java EE purposes to GlassFish, a loose, open resource Java EE 5–compliant program server.

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Com/service/applicationserversubscriptions/. In addition, Sun offers Sun Java System Application Server training courses. xml. Starting the Application Server In Chapter 1, you already saw how to start an instance of the GlassFish application server with the asadmin command-line tool. To make this process easier, it is recommended that you add the [glassfish_dir]/bin directory to the PATH environment variable. That done, you can launch the server from a terminal window, regardless of the current directory: # asadmin start-domain domain1 If the server has launched successfully, you should see the following messages, among some others, of course: Domain domain1 is ready to receive client requests.

Install GlassFish on your system. This is discussed in detail in Chapter 1. 4. Configure your GlassFish installation by using the tools bundled with GlassFish. After you have installed GlassFish, you might want to further configure the server to simplify development. For example, you might configure the server so that it starts up in debug mode automatically. Postinstallation configuring is discussed in the “Configuring the GlassFish Application Server” section later in this chapter. 5. Deploy a simple web application to GlassFish to verify your installation.

Application using the NetBeans IDE: 1. Launch the NetBeans IDE. 2. In the NetBeans IDE, select File ➤ New Project. 3. On the Choose Project screen of the New Project Wizard, choose Web in the Categories box and Web Application in the Project box and then click Next. This should create an empty web application as a standard NetBeans IDE project. 4. On the Name and Location screen of the New Project Wizard, type HelloWorldWithIDE in the Project Name box, and set the Project Location box to the directory in which you want to save the project files.

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