Eclipse GlassFish is a Jakarta EE compatible implementation sponsored by the Eclipse Foundation.
The Zip distributions can be found on following paths:
:warning: Because GF7 is now in intensive development and depends on external snapshot dependencies, you have to build these dependencies first:
mvn clean install -f ./snapshots/pom.xml
mvn clean install- Full build including automatic QA and maven managed tests. Typical time: 5 minutes.
mvn clean install -Pfast- Building all distribution artifacts, running just unit tests, QA and integration tests excluded. Typical time: 3 minutes.
mvn clean install -Pfastest- Building all distribution artifacts, excluded all QA and testing. Typical time: 1.5 minutes.
You can use also some maven optimizations, ie. using
-T4C to allow parallel build.
staging- In some development stages may happen that some dependencies are available just in OSSRH staging repository. Then you have to use this profile, which is not enabled by default.
jacoco- enables the JaCoCo agent in tests, so you can import it's output to you editor, ie. Eclipse, and see the code coverage.
jacoco-merge- merges all JaCoCo output files found in subdirectories and merges them into one. It is useful to see code which wasn't even touched by tests.
./updateVersion.sh 6.99.99.experimental- useful for custom distributions, so you can avoid conflicts with version in master branch.
./runtests.sh [testBlockName] [?glassfishVersion]- useful to run old additional tests locally
./validateJars.sh- uses the bnd command to check OSGI dependencies in all target directories
After building the GlassFish distribution artifacts you can execute also additional tests managed by bash scripts. They are quite old and have high technical debt, but at this moment they still provide useful service.
mvn -f appserver/tests/quicklook/pom.xml test -Dglassfish.home=$(pwd)/appserver/distributions/glassfish/target/stage/glassfish7/glassfish
:warning: if the script fails, sometimes it doesn't stop the domain and you have to do that manually.
./runtests.sh batch_all - Usual time: 1 minute
./runtests.sh cdi_all - Usual time: 6 minutes
./runtests.sh connector_group_1 - Usual time: 16 minutes
./runtests.sh connector_group_2 - Usual time: 3 minutes
./runtests.sh connector_group_3 - Usual time: 4 minutes
./runtests.sh connector_group_4 - Usual time: 16 minutes
./runtests.sh deployment_all - Usual time: 8 minutes
./runtests.sh ejb_group_1 - Usual time: 10 minutes
./runtests.sh ejb_group_2 - Usual time: 7 minutes
./runtests.sh ejb_group_3 - Usual time: 18 minutes
./runtests.sh ejb_group_embedded - Usual time: 4 minutes
./runtests.sh ejb_group_all - Usual time: 4 minutes
./runtests.sh jdbc_all - Usual time: 20 minutes
./runtests.sh naming_all - Usual time: 2 minutes
./runtests.sh persistence_all - Usual time: 3 minutes
./runtests.sh security_all - Usual time: 8 minutes
./runtests.sh web_jsp - Usual time: 8 minutes
./runtests.sh webservice_all - Usual time: 10 minutes
./gfbuild.sh archive_bundles && ./gftest.sh ejb_web_all - Usual time: 4 minutes
./gfbuild.sh archive_bundles && ./gftest.sh ql_gf_web_profile_all - Usual time: 2 minutes
./gfbuild.sh archive_bundles && ./gftest.sh ql_gf_full_profile_all - Usual time: 4 minutes
many tests under appserver/tests subdirectories; they are still waiting for someone's attention.
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