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Facelets Taglib for JSF2 and Servlet 3.0

If you trying to migrate a legacy PHP application which still uses PEAR::DB to Quercus with PostgreSQL and JDBC-Connection Pools accessible through JNDI, this may come handy for you! 1. Create your Datasource e.g. in Glassfish v3’s admin console… I named mine jdbc/postgresDS 2. copy the file pgsqljndi.php to /usr/share/php/DB/pgsqljndi.php (or wherever you include your […]

Paul Sterk just announced the availability of the final version of Glassfish v3! I just tried it out and it really rocks! Download, extract, start domain, running! Even PHP Applications are easily possible: I will look further into this this weekend!

Engaged in Social-PM

10, Dec 2009

Since today, I’m a commiter in Scrumshark – the Social Project Management Tool. One of my student groups in Advanced Software Engineering already are using this tool and I will try to extend it with some nice and helpful features.

Because I’m still sometimes doing some PHP-Coding, I wanted to get started with Maven for PHP, however, I ran into various problems with the way it was described on their webpage. Unfortunately, also the mailing list did not respond to my mails, so I had to dig into the source alone. The problem I had […]

If you, like me, like to try out Glassfish v3 with its build in support for JavaEE6 and JSF 2, don’t even try to use the Glassfish v3 Preview Edition available on the Glassfish website. Instead, use one of the nightly builds You will save yourself a lot of headaches.

As Lincoln Baxter posted recently in the PrettyFaces-Blog, the upcomming PrettyFaces 2.0.3 will include support for JSF-Validators within PrettyFaces, allowing to reuse the already existing Validators infrastructure for Pretty URL Mapping (SEO Stuff etc.) Nice one Lincoln!

JetBrains released a new EAP (Early Access Program) for IntelliJ Idea 9 Codename Maia, namely Idea Ultimate Edition v 90:116 90:122. Grab the packages for your operating system here

Because finally someone showed interest in helping me with my Spring Security JSF 2.0 Taglib, I created my first project at Google Code. The homepage of the project is still located on my server, but maybe I’ll move that too as soon as I find out how to do it.