Posts tagged Payara tools
The Payara Platform promises aggressive compatibility. Because we focus on providing an excellent application server, we do not seek to lock you in to a product suite or any particular tools. As you see in this blog, this is also true in the case of which implementation of the Jakarta Persistence API specification you choose to use. We explain why we run automatically with EclipseLink, but also why and how you may switch to Hibernate.
Choose the tool that is right for your specific use case.
One of the cornerstones of any modern Payara Platform architecture is the use of the Domain Data Grid. The Domain Data Grid allows multiple Payara Server or Payara Micro instances to join and form a robust cluster of interchangeable nodes that can share data between each other and grant High Availability and Failover capabilities to any applications deployed in the cluster.
The January Payara Platform Enterprise Edition release (request here) includes 6 bug fixes and 1 component upgrade along with the introduction of a new CLI Upgrade Tool. You can see a more detailed overview of the fixes and improvements in the Payara Platform Enterprise Edition 5.24.0 in teRelease Notes here.
Payara Tools for IntelliJ IDEA:
Payara IntelliJ IDEA tool's initial release is out and available on the JetBrains Marketplace and Payara Enterprise repository. Payara IntelliJ IDEA tools provide integration of the Payara Platform Enterprise & Community Editions into the IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate.
This tutorial describes how to create, debug and deploy a Maven web application to the Payara Platform. You may follow the same application deployment process and the Payara Platform configuration steps for a Gradle web application.
Payara IntelliJ IDEA tools provide integration of the Payara Platform Enterprise & Community Editions into IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate. Before you begin, make sure the Maven, Gradle and Payara IntelliJ tools are installed from the IntelliJ Marketplace and enabled. If not then press the following button to directly install the Payara Tools in IntelliJ Ultimate:
Or install the Payara Tools from the main menu File → Settings → Plugins and search for Payara Tools:
Payara Platform Enterprise Edition is designed to run mission-critical Jakarta EE applications in production environments with increased stability and security. Payara Enterprise is fully supported and offers access to production-oriented features and developer tools - including a wide range of supported IDE extensions, build tool plugins, test containers and connectors available under the Payara Enterprises repository.
Being productive gives developers a sense of satisfaction and fulfillment. That's why increasing developer productivity is always our priority and we are consistently working towards improving the Payara Platform developer tools and the developer experience.
In this blog, we will show you how to configure a Project in the Apache NetBeans IDE to enable Auto Deploy and Hot Deploy mode.
The Auto Deploy and Hot Deploy mode are helpful for developers to run and test an application immediately after making changes to its sources without restarting the Server or manual redeployment to maximize your productivity where Auto Deploy is the feature of Apache NetBeans IDE and Hot Deploy is the feature of Payara Server. Hot Deploy mode is currently only supported in Apache NetBeans IDE as an experimental feature.