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Re: [gf] GlassFish-5.0-b10 is promoted and available for download

David Delabassee
 

On Sun, Jul 2, 2017 at 11:08 pm, David Delabassee wrote:
not in promoted build 10 indeed... but CDI 2 support should be back shortly, see here.
CDI 2 support is now back in the nightly builds (http://download.oracle.com/glassfish/5.0/nightly/).

--David

Re: GlassFish 4.1 monitoring with Zabbix

David Delabassee
 

On Wed, Jul 5, 2017 at 07:45 am, Dora Uzunsoy wrote:
I am trying to monitor GlassFish4.1 with Zabbix.
Sorry, I can't help since I'm not familiar with Zabbix.
Have you checked the Monitoring chapter of the Administration Guide? This could be a starting point...

--David

GlassFish 4.1 monitoring with Zabbix

dorauzunsoy@...
 

Hi everybody,

I am trying to monitor GlassFish4.1 with Zabbix. I searched for a template but
I can't find anything. Just a couple of JMX monitoring templates but they was
not enough for me and my team because we are looking for a great way for
monitoring GlassFish. Also I find a tool called Zorka but it didn't work too.

I am in a very difficult situation. Can you guys give me some advices?? Maybe a
template or a tool like Zorka. I am open for any advice from you.


Thanks and regards.

--
Dora Uzunsoy

GlassFish Docker Images – Update

David Delabassee
 
Edited

Hi All, 

Please see here for some updates regarding GlassFish Docker Images.

--David

Re: [gf] GlassFish-5.0-b10 is promoted and available for download

David Delabassee
 

On Fri, Jun 30, 2017 at 10:19 pm, Saeed wrote:
Still no CDI 2 support yet? 
not in promoted build 10 indeed... but CDI 2 support should be back shortly, see here.

Re: [gf] GlassFish-5.0-b10 is promoted and available for download

Saeed
 

Still no CDI 2 support yet? 

On 28 Jun 2017 21:31, "Arindam Bandyopadhyay" <arindam.bandyopadhyay@...> wrote:

The latest GlassFish 5.0 promotion i.e glassfish-5.0-b10 is promoted and available for download. It can be downloaded from the following location

Following important changes are included in this build

Component updates

  • Jboss Logging - 3.3.1.Final
  • Apache Commons FileUpload - 1.3.2

Bugs Fixed

  • #21848 connector-service" is not defined in cluster.
  • #21875 Handle Proxy header in CGIServlet
  • #21709 New Network config protocol throws run time exception in GUI
  • #21878 Deprecated SSLv3 protocol is enabled by default.
  • #21882 Deserialization Flaw

Please do try out the bits and share your experience with us.

Thanks,

Arindam

  

Errors in Glassfish logs while using the PrimeFaces socket component

deepak
 

I am seeing the following errors in Glassfish logs when using PrimeFaces socket component.
[2017-06-27T14:35:24.597-0500] [glassfish 4.1] [WARN] [] [org.jboss.weld.Context] [tid: _ThreadID=31 _ThreadName=http-listener-1(4)] [timeMillis: 1498592124597] [levelValue: 900] [[
  WELD-000225: Bean store leak was detected during org.jboss.weld.context.http.HttpRequestContextImpl association: com.sun.enterprise.web.pwc.connector.coyote.PwcCoyoteRequest@9d6b095]]

[2017-06-27T14:35:24.597-0500] [glassfish 4.1] [WARN] [] [org.jboss.weld.Context] [tid: _ThreadID=31 _ThreadName=http-listener-1(4)] [timeMillis: 1498592124597] [levelValue: 900] [[
  WELD-000225: Bean store leak was detected during org.jboss.weld.context.http.HttpSessionContextImpl association: com.sun.enterprise.web.pwc.connector.coyote.PwcCoyoteRequest@9d6b095]]

[2017-06-27T14:35:24.597-0500] [glassfish 4.1] [WARN] [] [org.jboss.weld.Servlet] [tid: _ThreadID=31 _ThreadName=http-listener-1(4)] [timeMillis: 1498592124597] [levelValue: 900] [[
  WELD-000715: HttpContextLifecycle guard not set. The Servlet container is not fully compliant.]]

The markup for using the socket component in the JSF page looks like:
    <prime:socket channel="/myChannel">
        <prime:ajax event="message" update="@all"/>
    </prime:socket>
I have confirmed that adding the socket component like above is causing the errors.

I was initially using Glassfish 4.1 (having Grizzly Framework 2.3.15 and Weld 2.2.2), and Atmosphere runtime 2.4.9 where I got these errors. I later upgraded to the latest Glassfish 4.1.2 (having Grizzly Framework 2.3.23 and Weld 2.2.13), and Atmosphere runtime 2.4.12 but go the same results.

Per Weld documentation, these errors could occur due to incompatibility between Weld and the servlet containers.

Any ideas on how to fix this or any work-arounds?


Thanks,
Deepak

GlassFish-5.0-b10 is promoted and available for download

Arindam Bandyopadhyay
 

The latest GlassFish 5.0 promotion i.e glassfish-5.0-b10 is promoted and available for download. It can be downloaded from the following location

Following important changes are included in this build

Component updates

  • Jboss Logging - 3.3.1.Final
  • Apache Commons FileUpload - 1.3.2

Bugs Fixed

  • #21848 connector-service" is not defined in cluster.
  • #21875 Handle Proxy header in CGIServlet
  • #21709 New Network config protocol throws run time exception in GUI
  • #21878 Deprecated SSLv3 protocol is enabled by default.
  • #21882 Deserialization Flaw

Please do try out the bits and share your experience with us.

Thanks,

Arindam

  

Re: GlassFish-5.0-b09 is promoted and available for download

David Delabassee
 

On Tue, Jun 27, 2017 at 10:24 pm, <jefrajames@...> wrote:
Can you share the reason behind this?
It's just a more pragmatic approach as it is sometime difficult to integrate multiple RIs at the same time.
In addition, there's an additional small latency when something need to be fixed in a RI (e.g. Weld) that is not managed by Oracle.

--David

Re: GlassFish-5.0-b09 is promoted and available for download

jefrajames@...
 

I'ma bit surprised (and disappointed) to see CDI 2.0 reverted for this promoted version. I've started testing it without observing any issue so far ... Can you share the reason behind this?

Re: GlassFish-5.0-b09 is promoted and available for download

David Delabassee
 

Please note that we had to temporary revert the CDI 2 integration. 
This build is using, for now, Weld 2.2.13.Final (CDI 1.2).
For CDI 2 work, you might want to track https://github.com/javaee/glassfish/tree/weld-integration.

--David

GlassFish-5.0-b09 is promoted and available for download

Arindam Bandyopadhyay
 
Edited

The latest GlassFish 5.0 promotion i.e glassfish-5.0-b09 is promoted and available for download. It can be downloaded from the following location

Following important changes are included in this build

Component updates

  • javax.servlet-api 4.0.0-b07
  • JAX-RS 2.1-m09
  • Jersey 2.26-b06
  • Yasson 1.0.0-RC2
  • Mojarra 2.3.1
  • javax.faces-api 2.3
  • Soteria 1.0-b07

Bugs Fixed

  • #21812 Failures in Security Devtests
  • #21447 java:app & java:module namespaces temporarily disappear when SAM invoked
  • #21815 Incorrect URL for openDS download in security devtest
  • #21780 Merge additional Server Push Tests
  • #21243 Glassfish ignores variables in asenv.conf that begin with the letter "S"
  • #21822 Restructure GlassFish source code
  • #13935 Connector: disable Processing button
  • #21840 The “Enabled” status check box is not saved in “New Admin Object Resource”
  • #18330 Unhelpful INFO log messages
  • #20812 java.lang.IllegalArgumentException when configurate the connector security map
  • #21760 A local packaged file is deleted when deploying from the web console

Please do try out the bits and share your experience with us.

Thanks,

Arindam





Re: Request for Java EE 7 tutorial Codes.

Arjan Tijms
 

Hi David,

If that proprietary format is FrameMaker, maybe Dan Allen could be interested in making a FrameMaker to Asciidoc converter?

Kind regards,
Arjan Tijms

Re: Request for Java EE 7 tutorial Codes.

Guillermo González de Agüero
 

Also, just out or curiosity. What license does the tutorial contents use? If it can be licensed as some kind of Creative Commons, the community could fork the published HTMLs, convert them to AsciiDoc and then give it back again to Oracle, reducing some of your work.


Regards,

Guillermo González de Agüero


El mié., 21 de junio de 2017 19:27, Guillermo González de Agüero <z06.guillermo@...> escribió:
Hi David,

Thanks for looking at it! The fact that it's 1000 pages length is a sign that it contains a *lot* of valuable information ;)

Making it open source would also help contributions from e.g. the MVC JSR community, which Oracle won't likely work on, but may want to somehow support.

It would be also very useful if some JSRs are finally led by the community, while being part of the EE spec (see [1] proposal).


Regards,

Guillermo González de Agüero.


El mié., 21 de junio de 2017 18:28, David Delabassee <david.delabassee@...> escribió:
Regarding open sourcing the tutorial itself, there are some technical issues that we first need to solve like the fact that it is currently in a proprietary format. We would need to first convert it to something that it's usable and contributor friendly (e.g. Asciidoc or MD). In addition, the fact that tutorial in itself is huge (nearly 1000 pages!) doesn't really simplify the conversion discussions.

It's not commitment but we are looking at this as we would like to allow the community to enhance the tutorial.

--David

Re: Request for Java EE 7 tutorial Codes.

Guillermo González de Agüero
 

Hi David,

Thanks for looking at it! The fact that it's 1000 pages length is a sign that it contains a *lot* of valuable information ;)

Making it open source would also help contributions from e.g. the MVC JSR community, which Oracle won't likely work on, but may want to somehow support.

It would be also very useful if some JSRs are finally led by the community, while being part of the EE spec (see [1] proposal).


Regards,

Guillermo González de Agüero.


El mié., 21 de junio de 2017 18:28, David Delabassee <david.delabassee@...> escribió:
Regarding open sourcing the tutorial itself, there are some technical issues that we first need to solve like the fact that it is currently in a proprietary format. We would need to first convert it to something that it's usable and contributor friendly (e.g. Asciidoc or MD). In addition, the fact that tutorial in itself is huge (nearly 1000 pages!) doesn't really simplify the conversion discussions.

It's not commitment but we are looking at this as we would like to allow the community to enhance the tutorial.

--David

Re: glassfish.github.io page and redirects from glassfish.java.net

David Delabassee
 

See https://javaee.groups.io/g/glassfish/message/28

Re: Java EE tutorial sources

Ondrej Mihályi
 

Hi David and all that would like to contribute to Java EE tutorials.

I'd like to let you know about the ee-central.io project that exists to bring together the Java EE community to gather resources about Java EE. The site is still a work in progress and is maintained by a small group of people, but the project is very open and transparent and we'd welcome anybody to cooperate with us. 

The webpage is capable of turning any github repository that contains AsciiDoc or Markdown content into a tutorial page - here is an example of such a page: http://ee-central.io/project/agoncal.petstore.yaml - a tutorial hosted at https://github.com/agoncal/agoncal-application-petstore-ee6 , completely separately from the ee-central.io page and owned by its author. Anyone could create such a tutorial on github and we can easily link it to the webpage and turn it into a tutorial page. The nice thing is that the tutorial hosted as a github repository can be reused anywhere, even for a future Java EE tutorial not only within the ee-central.io site, and the author retains the copyright and ownership.

I encourage anybody to create such tutorials in your own github repositories and let us know about it. 

You can find more info about the project and who we are at https://github.com/jcpevangelists/jcpevangelists

--Ondro

Re: glassfish.github.io page and redirects from glassfish.java.net

David Delabassee
 

It's an oversight, that repo/site isn't used as GF is hosted in the javaee org.
 
Until we can handle the TLD issue, the official GF site is at https://javaee.github.io/glassfish/
Note that we haven't migrated all the content yet. So if you feel something is missing, please let me know.

Thanks,

--David

glassfish.github.io page and redirects from glassfish.java.net

Ondrej Mihályi
 

Hi, GlassFish team,

I wonder if there's any roadmap for adding content to the glassfish.github.io page. It still says "Comming soon..." and the old glassfish.java.net page is down for more than a month already.
All the links to to the original page are broken and there's no way to access them now. I also hope that it's possible to setup a redirect from glassfish.java.net to glassfish.github.io for old links - even if the new links would be sometimes broken because the content may change, it would be really helpful to access the content also with old glassfish.java.net links because the internet is full of them.

--Ondro

Re: Request for Java EE 7 tutorial Codes.

David Delabassee
 

Regarding open sourcing the tutorial itself, there are some technical issues that we first need to solve like the fact that it is currently in a proprietary format. We would need to first convert it to something that it's usable and contributor friendly (e.g. Asciidoc or MD). In addition, the fact that tutorial in itself is huge (nearly 1000 pages!) doesn't really simplify the conversion discussions.

It's not commitment but we are looking at this as we would like to allow the community to enhance the tutorial.

--David