Providing Technology Training and Mentoring For Modern Technology Adoption
At Web Age Solutions, we have the challenging task of not only keeping up with technology specifications but whether clients are actually using those technologies. We have started to see much more interest in Java EE 6 training on various platforms so this is obviously taking hold. Java EE 6 had the unenviable distinction of
Introduction In this blog, we’ll explore how to employ the Embeddable EJB Container inside a Java SE application using WebSphere Application Server 8.x. Embeddable EJB Container One of the new features introduced in EJB 3.1 (part of Java EE 6) is the Embeddable EJB Container. The main two use cases for the Embeddable EJB Container
Lately I’ve been working quite a bit on expanding the classes available in our Spring 3.0 category. One of the things that has always set our Spring training apart is that we offer options to develop Spring applications for WebSphere (in addition to other classes that use JBoss or Tomcat). Spring has been a very
UPDATE: As it turns out my guess that there would be an “intermediate” release was correct. WebSphere 8.5.5 was released recently which mostly has updates for the Liberty profile being a certified implementation of the Java EE 6 Web profile. The Redbooks updates was obviously for this 8.5.5 version. The other points are still true
In JSF 1.x, dataTable was bizarrely inadequate and unnecessarily complicated. Things have become much easier in JSF 2.0 and it’s a pleasure to work with. But, don’t let that lull you into a false sense of security. There are major performance issues larking behind. Let’s say that you have a managed bean that returns a
I’ve posted a new course which covers some of the changes in Java EE 6 and WebSphere 8.0. WA2084 What’s New in WebSphere 8.0 and Java EE 6 will be a one day lecture-only class covering the following: Changes in Java EE 6 Changes in JSF 2.0 Overview of Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) What’s
Today, I had to finally use both technologies in the same project. You need to do a few things for jQuery to work with JSF 2.0. Assign ID for all relevant UI components and their parents. Only then can you be sure about the DOM element ID of the component you are trying to manipulate.