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On Thu, Apr 2, 2015 at 11:48 PM, Rafael Schloming <> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> Qpid Proton 0.9 is now officially available. You can find it here:
> In addition to numerous bug fixes and improvements, the 0.9 release includes
> a new reactive API that makes it significantly easier to integrate AMQP into
> an existing application, or to build custom AMQP applications from scratch.
> The release also includes a number of fixes and/or enhancements resulting in
> API changes, some of these are noted below:
> - pn_buffer_t is no longer public API
> - pn_bytes_t.bytes is renamed to pn_bytes_t.start
> - pn_sasl_{client|server}() is replaced by pn_transport_set_server() and
> client being the default.
> There is also an important Windows SSL/TLS functionality change:
> The Proton SSL/TLS module for 0.8 using the native Microsoft SChannel
> libraries was not configurable and successful handshakes resulted
> solely from having the appropriate CA certificate in the official
> Windows Trusted Root CA store.  It is now possible to specify
> alternate trusted root CA databases and to turn off certificate
> checking altogether, using the same Proton API conventions as for
> OpenSSL on Posix systems.
> In particular, Proton applications in Windows will not check server
> certificates at all in 0.9 unless the capability is explicitly enabled
> using the pn_ssl_domain_set_trusted_ca_db() function.  To use the
> system Trusted Root CA store:
>   pn_ssl_domain_set_trusted_ca_db(d, "sys:root")
> Or to use a file based PKCS#12 certificate store:
>   pn_ssl_domain_set_trusted_ca_db(d, "mycerts.p12")
> For more information, see the detailed release notes posted on the release
> page at the URL above.
> --Rafael

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