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December 3, 2008

LOTD #15: Deploying Merb application on GlassFish v3 using Warbler

Filed under: lotd, web2.0 — arungupta @ 9:14 am

GlassFish v3 with Merb and Warbler explains how to use Warbler to deploy a Merb application on GlassFish v3. Here is a quote from the blog:

this lovely server had a gem which you can use to fire up a Glassfish server. Easy as pie and within no time at all we were developing our Merb app on Glassfish.

The blog requires some workaround for Warbler and Nick is planning to fix them in the next rev. And other workaround is required because of Webrat’s recently introduced dependency on Nokogiri which does not run on JRuby yet.

In addition, TOTD #52 explains how to deploy a Merb application using GlassFish gem and TOTD #53 explains how to create a scaffold in Merb.

Submit your Merb/GlassFish bugs here, talk to us using GlassFish Forum, and get the latest information on JRuby wiki.

All previous entries in this series are archived at LOTD.

Technorati: lotd glassfish v3 gem warbler merb

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  1. ThaNkSssSss

    Comment by dizi izle — February 21, 2009 @ 9:25 am

  2. very very beautiful expression. thx.

    Comment by sinema izle — March 7, 2009 @ 3:37 pm

  3. [Trackback] If you are using Warbler to create a WAR file of your application and deploying on GlassFish or any other Servlet container, then you are likely seeing the following error during deployment: [#|2009-07-30T15:29:50.788-0700|SEVERE|sun-appserver2.1|java…

    Comment by Arun Gupta's Blog — July 31, 2009 @ 5:54 am

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