Thursday, September 30, 2010

SIwpas, Java EE Web Profile Compatible Server CR3 Has Released

Hello folks,

Finally we have released our Java EE Web Profile Application Server CR3. It contains lots of new features like "Using of @DataSourceDefinition","@Resource(lookup="")", "Full EJB 3.1 Lite Features" and more....

Check release documentation about new features from README_CR3

Please report your feedbacks! And what you want in CR4.

Download CR3 from DOWNLOAD section


Monday, September 27, 2010

SIwpas CR3, Coming Soon....

SIwpas, Simple Web Profile Application Server CR-3 is coming soon... We will release it at the end of  this week!

What does it mean?
  • You can use EJB Lite features in your web project,
  • You can use CDI features in your web project,
  • It is very lightweight Java EE Web profile container,
  • It is free and distributed under ASL License, 
  • No upfront license fee,
  • It is supported by MechSoft Mechanical and Software Solutions,
  • It is powered by Apache Software Foundation Java EE Stack. Contains Apache OpenEJB, Apache OpenWebBeans, Apache OpenJPA and Apache Tomcat.
Stay tune!

Friday, September 24, 2010

Setup Enterprise DB on Pardus


Pardus is a Linux based distribution that has been developing under TUBÄ°TAK-UEKAE, Turkey. If you have not tried it so far, you have really missed such a cool Linux distribution.

Today I have been struggling with setting up Enterprise DB into Pardus.

It is very easy to setup,
That is it!

Saturday, September 4, 2010

OpenWebBeans Alpha-2 Has Released

The Apache OpenWebBeans Team is proud to announce the release of

Apache OpenWebBeans 1.0.0-alpha-2

Apache OpenWebBeans is an implementation of JSR-299 "Context and Dependency Injection for Java" and JSR-330 "atinject". OpenWebBeans has a modular structure and provides Dependency Injection scaling from Java SE environments up to EE6 servers with complicated ClassLoader hierarchies.

1.0.0-alpha-2 implements the latest API, passes the JSR-330 TCK and almost passes the JSR-299 standalone TCK (still waiting for a few bugs in the TCK to get fixed).

The release can be downloaded from

The Apache OpenWebBeans Team

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Thunderbird Mail Importing to ThunderBird

Le's say that your OS has crashed and you are lucky that you have backed up your mails and all of mail client settings. Indeed, your mail client is Mozilla Thunderbird.

Now, you install a new OS and want to import old mails and settings to the newly installed fresh Thunderbird. How?
  • Open thunderbird and close it
  • Go to /home_folder/.thunderbird
  • Remove already exist *.default profile folder
  • Add your back-up *.default profile folder
  • Update profile.ini file to show your new profile folder
  • Update prefs.js content in your profile folder
  • Open Thunderbird again