This promoted build includes Clustering functionality and Microsoft Interoperability using WSIT.
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 344 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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To install and configure GlassFish you need to have JDK 5 installed on your system. The configuration processing depends on Ant (1.6.5). The bundle includes an Ant distribution that has been extended with tasks to facilitate developing Java EE 5 applications for the application server.
% java -Xmx256m -jar filename.jarThis command will unbundle GlassFish and create a new directory structure rooted under a directory named 'glassfish'.
% cd glassfish
% chmod -R +x lib/ant/bin
% lib/ant/bin/ant -f setup.xmlOR for Windows:
% lib\ant\bin\ant -f setup.xml
For GlassFish V2 with Clustering supported installation, just change step 4 from the above installation
% lib/ant/bin/ant -f setup-cluster.xmlOR for Windows:
% lib\ant\bin\ant -f setup-cluster.xml
To get started with GlassFish, see the quick start guide.
The Open Sourcing Clustering features are included in this promotion.Solaris SPARC Platform
Solaris x86 Platform