SailFin Project - Milestone 4 ( b24d Promoted Build )

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Promoted builds are builds of SailFin which have passed a minimum level of testing which includes the GlassFish Quick Look tests, a sub-set of SQE tests (22 in number), a sub-set of CTS tests (representative collection of 344 J2EE 1.4 tests), SailFin Quick Looks, and JSR 116 TCK (6 in number).

The SailFin installer installs the GlassFish application server and SailFin sip servlet container on top of that. The majority of the GlassFish code is available under a dual license consisting of the Common Development and Distribution License ( CDDL) v1.0 and the GNU General Public License (GPL) v2.  The following page contains details about the components in GlassFish and the licenses under which they are covered.

Build Information

Milestone 4 is a "feature complete " build. What this means is that this has all the features that were designed as per the functional specifications ( found here ) . In addition to the features available in Milestone 3 , the following features have been added :
  • Call Flow Support for SIP Messages
  • Session Failover and Recovery of Sip Sessions, Sip Application Session, ServletTimers, DialogFragments
  • Updated API for JSR289
  • NetBeans plugin modules for SIP Servlet Plugin and SIP Test Agent
The build has also undergone extensive function testing in the areas of
  • Administration
  • SIP Servlet Container
  • Deployment
  • Basic Cluster support
The build has undergone sanity testing in the following areas
  • Sip Session Replication
  • Converged Load Balancer
  • JSR289 support
  • Tools support
A simple longevity test has been run for 3 days on this build.

Bugs fixed in this release

P1 and P2


Instructions to unbundle and configure SailFin

To install and configure SailFin you need to have JDK 5 Update 8 or higher installed on your system. The configuration processing depends on Ant (1.6.5).  The bundle includes an Ant distribution that has been extended with tasks to facilitate developing Java EE 5 applications for the application server.

  1. Download one of the bundles to disk, set JAVA_HOME to JDK 5.

  • Run the following command to unbundle SailFin and create a new parent directory named "sailfin".
       % java -Xmx256m -jar filename.jar
  • Change directory to "sailfin".
       % cd sailfin
  • If you are using a machine with an operating system that is a derivative of UNIX(tm), set the execute permission for the Ant binaries that are included with the SailFin bundle.
       % chmod -R +x lib/ant/bin 
       % lib/ant/bin/ant -f setup.xml 
    OR for Windows:
       % lib\ant\bin\ant -f setup.xml 
    For SailFin with Clustering supported installation, just change step 4 from the above installation.
       % lib/ant/bin/ant -f setup-cluster.xml 
    OR  for Windows:
       % lib\ant\bin\ant -f setup-cluster.xml 
  • Instructions to execute SailFin Samples

    Note: For executing the SailFin samples, the user must follow the steps below to configure the SailFin server.
    1. Go to the directory where you have SailFin installed.
          % cd <install_home>/sailfin/bin
    2. Start up the server.
         % ./asadmin start-domain domain1
    3. Start the database.
         % ./asadmin start-database
    4. Go to the SailFin sample 'CallSetup' directory which contains Ant scripts to build, deploy, and undeploy the sample.
         % cd <install_home>/sailfin/samples/sipservlet/CallSetup
    5. Run the following command to build all available Java files and create the CallSetup.sar file.
         % <install_home>/sailfin/lib/ant/bin/ant all
    6. To deploy the CallSetup.sar file:
         % <install_home>/sailfin/lib/ant/bin/ant deploy
    7. To undeploy the CallSetup.sar file:
         % <install_home>/sailfin/lib/ant/bin/ant undeploy

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    Source bundle

    Source code for SailFin is available in the bundle below. Some technologies are developed in other projects and only a binary version is available in the SailFin project source tree. To find more information on where to find sources see this page.

    Build Information

    Bugs fixed in this release. 
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