We've released Resin 3.1.1
The release notes are at http://caucho.com/resin-3.1/changes/
JPA is ready to use and is nearly complete. The main missing
functionality is extended transactions. But unless you're actually
using those, the other functionality is complete.
The most commonly-used features of JAXB, JAX-WS and SAAJ are now
available, except for Java code generation from XSchema or WSDL.
Improved Java integration and continued bug fixes and
compatibility testing. Quercus now supports "import com.foo.*;" as a
way to instantiate java objects.
The rewriting rules can now look at HTTP header values to dispatch
New capabilities and displays of thread dumps, profiling, memory
dumps, and caching.
The profiling has low overhead, so it would be possible to enable
profiling on some production servers to get real performance data.
We strongly recommend looking at the new profiling and caching
displays to help improve your application's cachability and performance.
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