In the previous blog of this series, we learned about 5 production features of the Payara Server 5. This blog will continue to introduce 5 more production features of Payara Server 5 that you might not know about - but should.
In the previous guide, we’ve seen how we can configure the Payara Server to connect to a database and use the datasource from an application. This guide walks you through the process of building an application to store and retrieve data from the database.
OpenID Connect is a security mechanism for an application to contact an identity service, verify the identity of the End-User based, and obtain End-User information using REST API's in a secure way.
This debugging guide will help you to diagnose and detect the cause of errors in your application by debugging Payara Server or Payara Micro.
Recently Gaurav Gupta (Principal Developer at Payara) made this presentation at the Great Indian Developer Summit in Bangalore.
Java EE Security API (JSR 375) :
The Java EE Security API 1.0 is a new spec for Java EE 8 that aims to bridge some of the gaps that have traditionally been left unspecified and provides the new way to define or configure identity stores and authentication mechanisms.