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TOTD #95: EJB 3.1 + Java Server Faces 2.0 + JPA 2.0 web application - Getting Started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 & GlassFish v3
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TOTD #93 showed how to get started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 and GlassFish v3 by building a simple Servlet 3.0 + JPA 2.0 web application. TOTD #94 built upon it by using Java Server Faces 2 instead of Servlet 3.0 for displaying the results. However we are still using a POJO for all the database interactions. This works fine if we are only reading values from the database but that's not how a typical web application behaves. The web application would typically perform all CRUD operations. More typically they like to perform one or more CRUD operations within the context of a
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TOTD #95: EJB 3.1 + Java Server Faces 2.0 + JPA 2.0 web application - Getting Started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 & GlassFish v3
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TOTD #93 showed how to get started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 and GlassFish v3 by building a simple Servlet 3.0 + JPA 2.0 web application. TOTD #94 built upon it by using Java Server Faces 2 instead of Servlet 3.0 for displaying the results. However we are still using a POJO for all the database interactions. This works fine if we are only reading values from the database but that's not how a typical web application behaves. The web application would typically perform all CRUD operations. More typically they like to perform one or more CRUD operations within the context of
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TOTD #95: EJB 3.1 + Java Server Faces 2.0 + JPA 2.0 web application - Getting Started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 & GlassFish v3
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TOTD #93 showed how to get started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 and GlassFish v3 by building a simple Servlet 3.0 + JPA 2.0 web application. TOTD #94 built upon it by using Java Server Faces 2 instead of Servlet 3.0 for displaying the results. However we are still using a POJO for all the database interactions. This works fine if we are only reading values from the database but that's not how a typical web application behaves. The web application would typically perform all CRUD operations. More typically they like to perform one or more CRUD operations within the context of
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TOTD #94: A simple Java Server Faces 2.0 + JPA 2.0 application - Getting Started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 & GlassFish v3
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TOTD #93 showed how to get started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 and GlassFish v3 by building a simple Servlet 3.0 + JPA 2.0 web application. JPA 2.0 + Eclipselink was used for the database connectivity and Servlet 3.0 was used for displaying the results to the user. The sample demonstrated how the two technologies can be mixed to create a simple web application. But Servlets are meant for server-side processing rather than displaying the results to end user. JavaServer Faces 2 (another new specification in Java EE 6) is designed to fulfill that purpose.

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TOTD #94: A simple Java Server Faces 2.0 + JPA 2.0 application - Getting Started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 & GlassFish v3
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TOTD #93 showed how to get started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 and GlassFish v3 by building a simple Servlet 3.0 + JPA 2.0 web application. JPA 2.0 + Eclipselink was used for the database connectivity and Servlet 3.0 was used for displaying the results to the user. The sample demonstrated how the two technologies can be mixed to create a simple web application. But Servlets are meant for server-side processing rather than displaying the results to end user. JavaServer Faces 2 (another new specification in Java EE 6) is designed to fulfill that purpose.

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TOTD #94: A simple Java Server Faces 2.0 + JPA 2.0 application - Getting Started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 & GlassFish v3
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TOTD #93 showed how to get started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 and GlassFish v3 by building a simple Servlet 3.0 + JPA 2.0 web application. JPA 2.0 + Eclipselink was used for the database connectivity and Servlet 3.0 was used for displaying the results to the user. The sample demonstrated how the two technologies can be mixed to create a simple web application. But Servlets are meant for server-side processing rather than displaying the results to end user. JavaServer Faces 2 (another new specification in Java EE 6) is designed to fulfill that purpose.

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TOTD #93: Getting Started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 & GlassFish v3 - A simple Servlet 3.0 + JPA 2.0 app
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NetBeans 6.8 M1 introduces support for creating Java EE 6 applications ... cool!

This Tip Of The Day (TOTD) shows how to create a simple web application using JPA 2.0 and Servlet 3.0 and deploy on GlassFish v3 latest promoted build (58 as of this writing). If you can work with the one week older build then NetBeans 6.8 M1 comes pre-bundled with 57. The example below should work fine on that as well.
  • Create the database, table, and populate some data into it as shown below:

    ~/tools/glassfish/v3/58/glassfishv3/bin >sudo mysql --user root
    Password:
    Welcome to the MySQL







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    TOTD #93: Getting Started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 & GlassFish v3 - A simple Servlet 3.0 + JPA 2.0 app
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    NetBeans 6.8 M1 introduces support for creating Java EE 6 applications ... cool!

    This Tip Of The Day (TOTD) shows how to create a simple web application using JPA 2.0 and Servlet 3.0 and deploy on GlassFish v3 latest promoted build (58 as of this writing). If you can work with the one week older build then NetBeans 6.8 M1 comes pre-bundled with 57. The example below should work fine on that as well.
  • Create the database, table, and populate some data into it as shown below:

    ~/tools/glassfish/v3/58/glassfishv3/bin >sudo mysql --user root
    Password:
    Welcome to the MySQL







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    TOTD #93: Getting Started with Java EE 6 using NetBeans 6.8 M1 & GlassFish v3 - A simple Servlet 3.0 + JPA 2.0 app
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    NetBeans 6.8 M1 introduces support for creating Java EE 6 applications ... cool!

    This Tip Of The Day (TOTD) shows how to create a simple web application using JPA 2.0 and Servlet 3.0 and deploy on GlassFish v3 latest promoted build (58 as of this writing). If you can work with the one week older build then NetBeans 6.8 M1 comes pre-bundled with 57. The example below should work fine on that as well.
  • Create the database, table, and populate some data into it as shown below:

    ~/tools/glassfish/v3/58/glassfishv3/bin >sudo mysql --user root
    Password:
    Welcome to the MySQL







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    Track your running miles using JRuby, Ruby-on-Rails, GlassFish, NetBeans, MySQL, and YUI Charts
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    This blog introduces a new application that will provide basic tracking of your running distance and generate charts to monitor progress. There are numerous similar applications that are already available/hosted and this is a very basic application. What's different about this ?

    The first version of this application is built using JRuby, Ruby-on-Rails, GlassFish Gem, MySQL, and NetBeans IDE. This combination of technologies is a high quality Rails stack that is used in production deploymnet at various places. Still nothing different ?

    A similar version of this application will be built using a variety of Web frameworks such as Java EEGrails, Wicket,




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