Part I Development Tasks and Tools
1. Setting Up a Development Environment
To Set the Server to Automatically Start Up in Debug Mode
Generating a Stack Trace for Debugging
GlassFish Server Message Queue Debugging
To Use HPROF Profiling on UNIX
To Enable Remote Profiling With JProbe
Part II Developing Applications and Application Components
6. Using the Java Persistence API
7. Developing Web Applications
8. Using Enterprise JavaBeans Technology
9. Using Container-Managed Persistence
12. Developing Lifecycle Listeners
13. Developing OSGi-enabled Java EE Applications
Part III Using Services and APIs
14. Using the JDBC API for Database Access
15. Using the Transaction Service
16. Using the Java Naming and Directory Interface
17. Using the Java Message Service
The default JPDA options in GlassFish Server are as follows:
For Windows, you can change dt_socket to dt_shmem.
If you substitute suspend=y, the JVM software starts in suspended mode and stays suspended until a debugger attaches to it. This is helpful if you want to start debugging as soon as the JVM software starts.
To specify a different port (from 9009, the default) to use when attaching the JVM software to a debugger, specify address=port-number.
You can include additional options. A list of JPDA debugging options is available at http://java.sun.com/javase/technologies/core/toolsapis/jpda/.