Development


Running Payara Micro Services on Heroku

Running Payara Micro services on Heroku is incredibly straightforward. There are 2 basic ways of running a Payara Micro service on Heroku: 1. Create a Fat Jar 2. Deploy a .War file along with PayaraMicro.jar…


Payara Micro Context Path

When deploying an application to Payara Micro, the default context path for any web resources is defined by the name of the archive. For example, if I deploy the archive PayaraRest-1.0-SNAPSHOT.war, the context root is…


Deployment with Payara Micro

There are many different frameworks that allow you to develop and deploy microservices. Payara, the team behind the Payara Server have a couple of options for deploying microservices – PayaraMicro and Payara MicroProfile. So, what…




Enumerating @NamedQuery within @NamedQueries

Introduction If you’re a Java developer using JPA, chances are that you’ve declared one or more @NamedQuery objects on your entities. To declare a @NamedQuery on a class, the class must simply be annotated with…