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GlassFish Eclipse Plugin:

The Eclipse plugin for GlassFish has the following features

  • Register the Sun Application Server 8.1, 8.2 and the GlassFish Java EE 5 Server

  • Select and Edit the Server options

  • Add/Remove Eclipse projects to this Server

  • display Server Status, and Project Explorer showing the J2EE APIS added to the project.

  • Creation of default Sun specific Deployment Descriptors for Web Applications and EJB Modules

  • Deployment of Web Applications, EJB Modules and J2EE applications to the Server

  • Start/stop the Application Server from Eclipse

Registering the GlassFish server:






Selecting the options:






And






Creating J2EE Projects (Web, Ejb Module or J2EE Applications)






On the next screen, make sure the Sun DD Files facet is selected (Default). This will create automatically good default content for sun-web.xml and sun-ejb-jar.xml Deployment Descriptors (DD).






Server Status, and Project Explorer showing the Java EE 5 APIS added to the project.






Sun-web-app DD file, in XML Editor Mode:

(Note the the Sun specific DTDs and Schemas are registered to the Eclipse IDE so that XML validation can be done automatically)






Starting the Application Server from Eclipse:






The Server is started:






Deploying Applications:

We add a JSP file to the web application: (Please refer to the Eclipse tutorials for creating J2EE or Java EE 5 applications)






This application can then be published to the GlassFish Java EE 5 server:




















The Application is up and running (I had to replace localhost in the URL with 127.0.0.1 for some weird Eclipse reasons):






You can also Stop the GlassFish Java EE 5 server by clicking on the RED icon in the Servers toolbar.








 
 
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