Posts Tagged ‘deployment’

Java EE 6 Development using the Maven Embedded GlassFish Plugin

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Today we’re going to take a look at the Maven Embedded GlassFish Plugin and how it allows us quick creation of GlassFish server instances in no time and Java EE 6 application deployment.

With a few lines of configuration in your Maven’s pom.xml we’ve got a running GlassFish instance and are able to  redeploy our application fast by pressing enter in our console.

In the following tutorial we’re going to build a Java EE 6 Web Application with a stateless session bean and a web servlet and finally deploy – and redeploy the application using the Maven GlassFish Plugin.

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Dependency management in Grails 1.2

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

Sometimes I get the impression that there are many Maven haters in the Groovy/Grails community – now with version 1.2 of the Grails framework they are able to abandon the evil satanic Grails Maven Plugin and embrace the neverending joys of a slim, nice, sexy dependency resolution dsl .. here we go .. lets define some dependencies wheee … (more…)

A look at Maven 3 alpha

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

We are all waiting for a stable release of Maven3 with following updates ..

  • faster, more performant .. save us time building our software and some precious memory ;)
  • improved artifact resolution api and plugin api
  • better osgi integration
  • a few bugfixes
  • no mixing of application dependencies and tooling dependencies
  • though it does not matter that much to me: polyglot features .. e.g.: “Writing your pom files in Groovy”
  • version-less parent elements for multi-module or multi-pom projects, no need to define the parent version in every submodule
  • better artifact resolution, which dependency or pom supplied which artifact to the outcome .. got that information from: “Splitter from the world of Java”

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How to add a local lib directory to Maven

Thursday, March 18th, 2010
Sometimes there is a dependency not available at a remote repository and one is too lazy to set up a local maven repository – that’s when one adds a directory in the project structure and wants maven to find dependencies there. (more…)
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