Adding New Servers in Java

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own WTP server adapter The Apache Geronimo adapter takes advantage of the WTP server installation extension point, which means you can easily install it via the New Server Runtime wizard The server tools and APIs are components of the WTP JST and WST subprojects The server tools let you:
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Develop Web applications for server runtime environments such as Tomcat, JBoss, and others Start and stop servers in normal or debug modes Target Web applications to specific servers Add and remove projects from server configurations Publish Web applications to servers
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General and J2EE server tools plug-ins are found in the WST and JST projects, respectively Server APIs and models are provided by the
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plug-ins, whereas the API for server tools UI can be found in
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The UI plug-ins are for creating and configuring server views, wizards, preferences, and property pages (see Figure 122)
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Figure 122 Server Tools
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The JST project comes with a generic server framework, which is an extension of the server tools The generic server framework simplifies the task of adding server adapters It provides classes for runtime type and server type implementations, and a UI framework that can be configured with an XML server definition file The JST project comes with exemplary implementations of the server tools for custom and generic server adapters The Tomcat server plugins are excellent examples of full-scale implementations of server tools You can find examples for the generic server adapter in server plug-ins for JBoss, JOnAS, BEA WebLogic, IBM WebSphere, and Oracle AS In the following sections we describe how you can:
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Build a server adapter plug-in using the generic server tools for the Sun Java System Application Server (SJSAS, aka GlassFish) Use the new adapter to develop, launch, and debug Web applications
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Overview of Adding a Generic Server Adapter
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There are two ways to add a new J2EE server adapter to WTP: custom and generic Writing a custom adapter requires plug-in and Java development skills Writing a generic server adapter is easier because most of the Java code is already implemented, and you create the plug-in by providing the server definition as an XML file and the publishing task as an Ant script In this chapter you will build a generic server adapter for GlassFish by performing the following tasks: 1 Install the GlassFish Java EE 5 Application server 2 Create a new Eclipse plug-in that extends the WTP server tools 3 Add runtime types and server types, XML runtime and server definitions, Ant publisher scripts, wizard fragments, and icons to the plug-in 4 Define GlassFish as a runtime component and add facet mappings 5 Extend the runtime target handler to add GlassFish as a runtime target for Web projects 6 Test your new server adapter with a Web application
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The GlassFish Server Runtime
You will develop a new generic server adapter for the Sun Java System Application Server developed by the GlassFish community You can obtain it from
http://javasuncom/javaee/glassfish
The GlassFish Server Runtime
1 Download GlassFish and install it on your machine GlassFish comes with an installation wizard Installation involves running the wizard and following the steps (see Figure 123) If you need help, consult the GlassFish project documentation
GlassFish Installer
You can accept most of the defaults Make sure that the server is not added as a service This will interfere with the development In the following examples, we assume you installed GlassFish in this directory:
C:\dev\appservers
2 Once the installation is complete, you should find the GlassFish files and server configurations under a directory named
C:\dev\appservers\Sun\AppServer
GlassFish has an administrative concept called a domain Each domain roughly corresponds to a WTP server configuration A domain can have
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unique port numbers, a set of modules deployed, logs, and so forth Each domain has a directory associated with it The default domain named domain1 is found in