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From "Christopher M. Cardona" <chris.m.card...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Java EE Mgmt 1.1 available in 2.0-M1?
Date Tue, 02 Jan 2007 17:55:56 GMT
Dave,

There are no other changes needed for J2EE Management for JEE 5 
compliance except for providing a full deployment descriptor which 
includes deployment annotations. IIUC this work should be done in our 
JSR 88 - Java EE application deployment implementation. I spoke to Anita 
regarding J2EE management and here’s a list of possible work to be done:

1. Have a basic framework for all Stats implementation.
2. Implement as many Stats intefaces as possible. Many of these involve 
other projects that we use in Geronimo and we definitely need input from 
their experts to implement these.
3. Console changes to view different statistical info.
4. Make Geronimo look correct in JMX tools. Anita made some changes on 
this already not sure if it’s complete.
5. All event providers must implement the eventProvider interface JSR77.4.1.
6. Hyperic management console still uses Geronimo 1.0. It will be nice 
to get a later version in
http://support.hyperic.com/confluence/display/DOCSHQ27/Apache+Geronimo
7. J2EE Management CIM (JSR 77.9.1)

This list is not required for JEE 5 compliance but it would be nice to 
have it implemented. Suggestions to this list are welcome.

Best wishes,
chris


Dave Colasurdo wrote:
> Anita,
>
> I noticed you updated the Java EE 5.0 Report card to mark Java EE Mgmt 
> 1.1 as available in 2.0-M1. Is the geronimo work complete for this 
> specification?
>
> Chris, Is there any other required work that you were tracking before 
> marking this as complete on the roadmap?
>
> Thanks
> -Dave-
>
> anita kulshreshtha wrote:
>> Are we not including J2EE Management 1.1 in this list because of 
>> JSR77.3.5.0.1 - deploymentDescriptor?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Anita
>>
>> --- hogstrom@apache.org wrote:
>>
>>> Author: hogstrom
>>> Date: Sun Dec 17 21:53:00 2006
>>> New Revision: 488131
>>>
>>> URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?view=rev&rev=488131
>>> Log:
>>> Added RELEASE notes to assembly
>>>
>>> Added:
>>>
>> geronimo/server/branches/2.0-M1/assemblies/geronimo-boilerplate-minimal/src/main/resources/RELEASE-NOTES-2.0-M1.txt

>>
>>> (with props)
>>>
>>> Added:
>>>
>> geronimo/server/branches/2.0-M1/assemblies/geronimo-boilerplate-minimal/src/main/resources/RELEASE-NOTES-2.0-M1.txt

>>
>>> URL:
>>>
>> http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/geronimo/server/branches/2.0-M1/assemblies/geronimo-boilerplate-minimal/src/main/resources/RELEASE-NOTES-2.0-M1.txt?view=auto&rev=488131

>>
>> ============================================================================== 
>>
>>> ---
>>>
>> geronimo/server/branches/2.0-M1/assemblies/geronimo-boilerplate-minimal/src/main/resources/RELEASE-NOTES-2.0-M1.txt

>>
>>> (added)
>>> +++
>>>
>> geronimo/server/branches/2.0-M1/assemblies/geronimo-boilerplate-minimal/src/main/resources/RELEASE-NOTES-2.0-M1.txt

>>
>>> Sun Dec 17 21:53:00 2006
>>> @@ -0,0 +1,265 @@
>>> +Release Notes -- Apache Geronimo -- Version 2.0 - Milestone 1
>>> +
>>> +Geronimo URLs
>>> +-------------
>>> +Home Page: http://geronimo.apache.org/
>>> +Downloads: http://geronimo.apache.org/downloads.html
>>> +Documentation: http://geronimo.apache.org/documentation.html
>>> +Mailing Lists: http://geronimo.apache.org/mailing.html
>>> +Source Code: http://geronimo.apache.org/svn.html
>>> +Bug Tracking: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GERONIMO
>>> +Wiki: http://cwiki.apache.org/geronimo
>>> +
>>> +
>>> +IMPORTANT
>>> +---------
>>> +This is a Milestone release, that means that is not the final
>>> version of
>>> +Apache Geronimo v2.0 Take a look at "Known Issues and Limitations"
>>> section for
>>> +further details.
>>> +
>>> +System Requirements
>>> +-------------------
>>> +You need a platform that supports the Sun JDK 5.0+ (J2SE 1.5.0+).
>>> +
>>> +Most testing has been done on Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.
>>> +
>>> +
>>> +Significant Changes in the 2.0 Release
>>> +--------------------------------------
>>> +Apache Geronimo v2.0 includes the following features:
>>> +
>>> +- Full Sun JDK 5.0+ (J2SE 1.5.0+)
>>> +- Servlet 2.5 (Tomcat)
>>> +- JSP 2.1 (Tomcat)
>>> +- JSP Debug 1.0 (Tomcat)
>>> +- Servlet 2.5 (Jetty)
>>> +- JSP 2.1 (Jetty - via Jasper)
>>> +- JSP Debug 1.0 (Jetty)
>>> +- JSF 1.2
>>> +- JSTL 1.2
>>> +- Common Annotations 1.0
>>> +- JAF 1.1
>>> +- JavaMail 1.4
>>> +- EJB 3.0 (JPA only)
>>> +- JTA 1.1
>>> +- JMS 1.1
>>> +- JACC 1.1
>>> +
>>> +Installing & Starting Geronimo
>>> +------------------------------
>>> +To install, simply unpack the .zip (Windows) or tar.gz (Unix) file
>>> containing +Geronimo.
>>> +
>>> +If you wish to modify the default ports that Geronimo will use, edit
>>> the file +<geronimo_home>/var/config/config.xml
>>> +
>>> +Geronimo comes with batch and script files to control server start
>>> and stop +functions. To see usage examples simply type geronimo.bat or
>>> geronimo.sh +command as appropriate for your platform. It is 
>>> necessary to set
>>> JAVA_HOME to +the copy of your Sun 5 JDK/JRE prior to executing the 
>>> command. +
>>> +Here is an example to set JAVA_HOME:
>>> +
>>> +export JAVA_HOME=<JDK/JRE_home>
>>> +
>>> +To see the available command options type:
>>> +
>>> +<geronimo_home>/bin/geronimo.sh
>>> +or
>>> +<geronimo_home>/bin/geronimo.bat
>>> +
>>> +The command will display help text instructing you as to how to
>>> start and stop +the Geronimo server.
>>> +
>>> +If you prefer to start the server without a script file you can
>>> simply type: +
>>> +java -jar <geronimo_home>/bin/server.jar
>>> +
>>> +Once the server has started, you can access the Geronimo
>>> Administration Console
>>> +at http://localhost:8080/console/ . The default user name is
>>> "system" and the +default password is "manager".
>>> +
>>> +
>>> +Administration Console Security Configuration
>>> +---------------------------------------------
>>> +The default administration user/password for the Geronimo
>>> Administration Console +and deployment tool is system/manager. You 
>>> can change these
>>> defaults directly +from the Geronimo Administration Console by 
>>> accessing Security ->
>>> Console Realm
>>> +and change the user name and password from the Console Realm Users
>>> portlet.
>>> +
>>> +As an alternative, you can make the same changes by editing the 
>>> +<geronimo_home>/var/security/users.properties and 
>>> +<geronimo_home>/var/security/groups.properties files.
>>> +
>>> +
>>> +Deploying Applications
>>> +----------------------
>>> +Geronimo comes with deploy scripts and batch files to deploy J2EE
>>> modules or +applications. You can use the scripts or simply invoke the
>>> executable jar by +running the following command (note that you need 
>>> to start Geronimo
>>> first):
>>> +
>>> +<geronimo_home>/bin/java -jar deployer.jar deploy my-web-app.war
>>> [deploy plan]
>>> +
>>> +You will need to use the username "system" and password "manager"
>>> unless you +customized those during the install process. The 
>>> deployment plan
>>> argument is +optional -- you can pack a deployment plan into the 
>>> application
>>> module, provide
>>> +it on the command line, or in some cases omit it entirely.
>>> +
>>> +You can also use the "Login" command once and avoid to enter user
>>> name and +password every time you use the deploy tool
>>> +
>>> +For more information on the commands and options supported by the
>>> deploy tool,
>>> +run from within the Geronimo directory <geronimo_home>/bin:
>>> +
>>> +java -jar deployer.jar help [command]
>>> +
>>> +You can also graphically deploy applications and resources via the
>>> Geronimo +Administration Console available at 
>>> http://localhost:8080/console/
>>> +
>>> +
>>> +Other Deployment Options
>>> +------------------------
>>> +As an alternative to the command-line deployer, you can copy
>>> application +modules into the <geronimo_home>/deploy/ directory and the
>>> +hot deployer service will deploy them automatically. The
>>> command-line deployer
>>> +has some advantages, as it will output any
>>> +deployment errors to its own console rather than just the server
>>> log.
>>> +
>>> +Additionally, Geronimo provides a Maven plugin that can deploy
>>> applications to +Geronimo as part of a Maven build.
>>> +
>>> +
>>> +Configuration
>>> +-------------
>>> +Most configuration attributes can be updated in the 
>>> +<geronimo_home>/var/config/config.xml file. The attributes most
>>> likely to be +changed are already included in the supplied 
>>> config.xml file, while
>>> others may
>>> +need to be added manually.
>>> +
>>> +
>>> +Certification Status
>>> +--------------------
>>> +Apache Geronimo v2.0-M1, being a MILESTONE release is not yet
>>> certified.
>>> +
>>> +
>>>
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