Agreed. The team is definitely working on Orion and the next versions of the app server will be much improved. You'll love it.



  Joseph Ottinger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

...except the wait is due to an internal refactoring that should yield
significant benefits. Yourconclusion was predicted by the list in general,
but I disagree; the team's still working on Orion, and I figure that
people will be more happy once the new versions come out. You'd hope it
would be incremental changes as it was in the past (anyone remember the
three-versions-a-day times?) but that's simply not realistic considering
the changes being put into place. Patience. Enjoy.

Joseph B. Ottinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] IT Consultant

On Thu, 11 Apr 2002, Jarrod Roberson wrote:

> At 03:41 PM 4/11/2002, you wrote:
> >Whats the current state of Ironflare and Orion?
> >
> >Nothing has changed in the 'stable release' of Orion for almost a ye! ar, even
> >though there are glaring bugs in http session clustering (not even fixed in
> >1.5.4) and some significantly lacking components. Ironflare was supposed
> >to be in the pavillion at JavaONE, but oddly they had no write up
> >(apparently they didn't submit one), and didn't actually show up (so their
> >booth was empty). There also seems to be a conspicuous infrequency to their
> >responses here.
> >
> >I know that Oracle 9iAS is evolving and expanding, and I believe that
> >IronFlare is doing a significant amount of work on the 9iAS code base (as
> >consultants?). But whats to become of Orion? It almost appears that Oracel
> >has consumed Orion completely and no development will happen on the old
> >Orion.
> looks like someone finally figured it out!
> this is what happens when you get one big "customer" with a guaranteed
> rev! enue stream, can't much blame them myself.

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