GlassFish Project - b41 Promoted Build -

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Promoted builds are weekly builds of GlassFish which have passed a minimum level of testing which includes the quicklook tests, a sub-set of CTS tests (representative collection of 263 J2EE 1.4 tests) and a sub-set of SQE tests (22 in number). A build is not promoted unless it passes all quicklook, CTS smoke and SQE smoke tests. 

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Instructions to unbundle and configure GlassFish

GlasssFish installation requires JDK 5.

  1. Download one of the bundles
  2. Run:
    java -Xmx256m -jar filename.jar
  3. cd glassfish
  4. Run:
    ant -f setup.xml

Ant is included in the GlassFish bundle that was downloaded.

To get started with GlassFish, see the quick start guide.

Binary builds


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Source bundle


Source code for GlassFish is available in the bundle below. Some technologies are developed in other projects and only a binary version is available in the GlassFish project source tree. To find more information on where to find sources see this page.

b41 source bundle

Build Information

Highlights.

• The Java Persistence API can be used from application clients.
• The Java Persistence Implementation is tracking a number of spec changes (e.g. [1], [2]).
• Users can use their own certificate to sign a generated appclient jar.
• Shale and MyFaces, with or without JSF bundled, can be deployed in GF. Bug 6384313.
• Fixes for backwards compatibility bug in JSP tags Bug 6395913.
• Changes to the location of apache commons-logging and derby packages.
Administration Improvements.

Bugs fixed in this release.  There are currently 2 places where GlassFish bugs are stored.  Below are pointers for bug fixes in each place.