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We didn't test this combination so there are no official steps from Oracle.
Look at the deployment chapter of the ADF Developer Guide for the list of libraries you need and try putting them in Glassfish to see if you can get it working.
For ADF Faces this might help:
I guess Glassfish is finally going to be supported - or discontinued.
Technically speaking, isn't Glassfish now under the Oracle umbrella of aquired technologies? How is it that deployment from JDeveloper to GlassFish has not been evaluated at Oracle? GlassFish is not that new is it? The articles I managed to find date back to 2006. Are they still relevant?
At our site, we are attempting to migrate from Netbeans/Tomcat to JDeveloper/GlassFish. We would love to employ Oracle's WebLogic server; however, we cannot afford it due to the current economic environment. Oracle documentation suggests that applications built using ADF will deploy to a compliant Java EE server. That is why we have been looking at utilizing GlassFish as it is a compliant Open Source Java EE server (unlike Tomcat). So here is my question: If you were to attempt to deploy an ADF BC/Faces application built in JDeveloper 11g (22.214.171.124.0) to Sun's GlassFish server v2.1, how would you do it?
Well the deal with Sun has not closed, and Glassfish is still not part of Oracle.
The basic thing you need to figure out in order to get an ADF application to work on other servers is where to put the ADF libraries/JAR files so your application would be able to access them.
Here are some examples of what people did to get it to work on other servers:
JDev 126.96.36.199.0 + ADF+ BC4J application on Tomcat6
A recent successful attempt to deploy adf faces in glassfish:
along with another successful attempt to deploy Adf Toplink Ejbs 10g here: