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Glassfish & JSPWiki Install Notes:

I've posted a series of short blogs with the aim of helping a brand new Glassfish user to get started. The posts are really targeted at someone who is JUST getting started.

The blogs center around the goal of getting JSPWiki running under Glassfish on a Windows Server. The series begins with laying out the goals of the project and discussion of a basic LAN/DNS configuration. The series continues with a walk through of the steps required to install Glassfish & JSPWiki, authenticate users against a relational database (JDBCRealm), integrating/connecting Glassfish to Apache using mod_jk and ensuring that Glassfish can survive a reboot.

Nothing fancy just nuts and bolts admin stuff.

Here are the links:

JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 1 of 18: Description)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 2 of 18: LAN Layout)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 3 of 18: Prep Windows)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 4 of 18: Gather Components)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 5 of 18: Install Optional Stuff)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 6 of 18: Preliminary Directory)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 7 of 18: Install Java SE JDK)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 8 of 18: Install Apache Ant)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 9 of 18: Install Glassfish)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 10 of 18: DB Tables)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 11 of 18: JDBC Stuff)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 12 of 18: Wiki Storage)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 13 of 18: Configure JSPWiki)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 14 of 18: Configure Glassfish for JSPWiki)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 15 of 18: Deploy JSPWiki)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 16 of 18: Integrate with Apache2)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 17 of 18: Graceful Reboot)
JSPWiki/Glassfish Install (Part 18 of 18: Discussion)

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