There's a new snapshot available. It now includes the openssl
compiled for 64-bit windows.
We're starting week 9 of 9 for 3.1.5. I'm not sure we'll be able to
release this week, since there's a good number of important open
bugs. If not, it'll be day-by-day next week.
Some things to note:
* Wicket support for Resin-IoC has expanded (see
. You can now configure Wicket to ask Resin to inject Wicket
* Related to Wicket, Resin-IoC singletons are now serializable. So
a singleton bean serialized in one machine in a clustered environment
will deserialize to the Resin-IoC singleton on the other machine.
This works for Resin-managed objects like DataSources as well. Wicket
needs that capability because it stores its components in the session,
so any singleton injection needs to be serializable in a meaningful way.
* Resin's EJB and IoC support has been unified. This means you can
use EJB annotations like @TransactionAttribute for IoC beans
(including servlets and filters), and WebBeans annotations like the
@InterceptorBindingType for EJBs. There's a brief description at
* Resin JMS queues can now use the BlockingQueue API (see
. The BlockingQueue will automatically create an ObjectMessage for
you before passing it along to the queue. You can obtain the
BlockingQueue with @In, @Named, etc, with the same values as the JMS
Queue (i.e. it's really the same object.)
* The jUnit page (http://wiki.caucho.com/JUnit) for using embedded
Resin with jUnit (I'm not sure if I already listed this.)
* Hudson (a continuous integration server) now has a wiki page at
). Basically, the new administration users in the <management> block
can be used for Hudson's secure mode.
* There have been some changes to the watchdog. I haven't been
able to duplicate the exact failure scenarios yet, so it would be very
helpful if someone who can reproduce the failures can give me a simple
sequence to test.
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