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domingo, 11 de octubre de 2020

Configure Payara Server in Eclipse IDE


Hello friends, in this opportunity I will show how to install the Payara Tools in Eclipse to work with Payara Server Application. Before to begin is important say you, that  I am working with: Eclipse IDE 2019 and Payara 5.20. Once said it, let me begin.

1.- First, we need to install the plugin Payara Tools from Eclipse Marketplace from  Help--> Eclipse Marketplace option. Click the Install button, accept the terms of the license agreements, and click the Finish button. Once installed, the eclipse needs to restart to apply the changes.



2.- Before to create a new Payara server instance, we need to create a Payara Runtime. To do this, we need to do the following:

  • Select the Windows-->Preferences-->Runtime Environments option and click the Add button to configure the Payara Runtime


  • Select the Payara Runtime Environment and click the Next button.
  • Configure the Payara and Java Location and click the Finish button. 




3.- Finally, we need to create a Payara Server Instance. To do this, we need to do the following:

  • Select the Windows-->Show View --> Server option. Once opened the view, right-click on it and select New --> Server option.


  • Select the Server type, in this case, we need to select Payara and click Next.


  • Configure the Payara Server properties, we use the default options, but you can configure the other domain, credentials, and other parameters according to your needs. Finally, click Finish and the Payara Server are ready to work with it.


I hope, that the post is useful for you. Don't forget to share, comment on it. Greetings and bless you.

miércoles, 23 de septiembre de 2020

Jakarta EE 8 archetype


Hello friends, in this opportunity, I want to share with all a JakartaEE8 Archetype, that has the following features:

  • It has an EAR, EJB y WEB project.
  • It has a basic example to save the employee data to the h2 database.
  • It can be deployed in both Wildfly and Payara, I built and tested with Wildfly 20 and Payara 5. To use the deploy, you must configure the profiles, in this link you can see how to do.
  • The Jakarta EE 8 Archetype is available on git, in the following URL.

  • Finally to install the archetype and create a project from it, you can review this link.
I hope, it will be useful. If you have any doubt, you can write to me without any problem.

Greetings