Using Netbeans/Glassfish with Sharepoint #1

Good news folks.

Ok this is still theoretical but I can’t see how it will not work

Here’s ONE way to use sharepoint with Netbeans and Glassfish.

a. Create a WEB service in Netbeans to deliver the data you want into Sharepoint
b. Follow these instructions to bring your service into Sharepoint.

You can also obviously use Java Server Faces and Glassfish or even a stand alone application to build an application to control sharepoint using Webservices.

To be honest the only way in a million years I’d bother with sharepoint is if the customer already had it on their site and needed to integrate or have some custom programming.

I am still looking into seeing if we could provide a simple .net wrapper into a java class that could allow a more direct input into sharepoint.

My main problem folks is I’ve got two projects on and one has to be delivered soon (I’m nearly there) so research time is a bit limited at the moment.

Check the article before this as well.

Here’s a schematic just to help you work it out… as you can see by using EJB’s we could build the applications intelligence at the server end. Obviously ANYTHING that could use a web service could access the applications data, not just sharepoint.


About Paul C

I am a Senior Java programmer/Web Technologies, Play in a band called Mandolin Monday, I have a cat and I live on a boat.

Posted on April 5, 2008, in Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Good Layout and design. I like your blog. I just added your RSS feed to my Google News Reader. .

    Jason Rakowski

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