Author: Florian Waibel

Thanks for participating in our survey "How do you run your RAP application today?"  The poll was online for one and a half months.  During this period we collected around 150 replies. With positive replies from more than 60% of the respondents, war deployment is the most commonly used deployment scenario. Most are running on Tomcat/Jetty (39%). Every fourth installation of a RAP application is run...

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Hi, We'd like to know more about RAP in the wild. Please take a moment and answer the question that follows below. We will publish the results of this anonymous poll later on this blog, and we'll use them to influence the direction of the research work of the Sovereign project. Thanks for your time. var random_booroo=0;var othertext_booroo='Other: (Please specify)';var jsonurl='http://booroo.com/app/vote.asp'; ...

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You used to have just two options for deploying a RAP application: Packing your application into a WAR archive and deploying it on a standard servlet container such as Tomcat, or Embedding the Application and a servlet container in a standalone Equinox instance. Now you have a third option because RAP runs on Virgo! Virgo is a full-featured OSGi based application server and is one of...

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Terracotta is a transparent clustering service that allows multiple Java processes on different JVMs to work together using pure objects and threading logic. Here's how you can use it with Equinox. Prerequisites: An installation of Java 1.6.0u20 or later (Java SE Downloads) and Terracotta (Open Source Option) Terracotta Download.. Install the downloaded Terracotta: > tar xvfz terracotta-3.3.0.tar.gz > export TC_HOME=/opt/tools/terracotta-3.3.0 We wan't Terracotta to integrate with Equinox. This is where...

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