By Mike Croft Taking an environment from development through to production is often an afterthought and can all too often be too far down the list of priorities. Initially, there may not be any obvious problems or issues with manually configuring a new production environment to match an existing one in development or test. As […]

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By Ondrej Mihályi Payara Server comes bundled with OpenMQ, which implements the Java Message Service (JMS) standard. For simple messaging scenarios, it is convenient to use embedded OpenMQ broker, which is available by default. However, this embedded OpenMQ is running inside the JVM instance of Payara Server. This implies that whenever one of them needs to […]

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Introducing Spring Boot to Payara Micro! Read more in the article written by Payara’s newest Team Member Mert Caliskan – Java Champion, Software Stylist and Hacettepe University lecturer. Spring Boot is an application-bootstrapping framework that helps with the creation of Spring based applications with no necessary XML configuration or code generation.  It eases the configuration with […]

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By Yakov Fain Recently I wrote a blog showing how to use the WebSocket protocol to push the data from a Java server to a JavaScript client. This time I’ll keep the same code on the server, but the client will be written in Dart. For this example I was using GlassFish 4.1 server, and […]

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By Ahmed Qureshi This is Part 2 of our GlassFish – Back to Basics series. Part 1 here. In order for a web application to run, it must be first deployed on an application server such as Payara Server. Deployment in the context of web applications is the act of installing the application on a server. It […]

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By Ahmed Qureshi This is Part 1 of our GlassFish – Back to Basics series. Installing GlassFish / Payara Server 4.1 1. Make sure the appropriate JDK is installed: Java EE 7 requires JDK 7 or above to be installed beforehand as it uses some of the latest features; the current recommended version is JDK 8u20. […]

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Mike Croft takes Voxxed on a deep dive into Payara (pun totally intentional) – a fully supported GlassFish alternative created to fill the gap left by Oracle’s withdrawal of support. We discuss how the trajectory of the software will be going forward, and to what extent Payara will deviate from the original implementation. We also […]

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Mike Croft takes Voxxed on a deep dive into Payara (pun totally intentional) – a fully supported GlassFish alternative created to fill the gap left by Oracle’s withdrawal of support. We discuss how the trajectory of the software will be going forward, and to what extent Payara will deviate from the original implementation. We also […]

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By Steve Millidge We are about to release the latest version of Payara (4.1.152) and one of the cool new features that is experimental in this release is Payara Micro. What is Payara Micro? Payara Micro is our first release of a new way of running Java EE applications. Building on the Java EE 7 […]

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Work on Java EE 8 is well underway, with the final GA version expected to be released next year. Along with CDI 2.0 and JSON Binding 1.0, one of the eagerly anticipated JSRs for this release is MVC 1.0 (JSR 371) – geared at developing a model-view-controller specification for Java EE. MVC is a pattern that […]

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