On Feb 27, 2008, at 10:20 AM, Mktg. Incorporate Fast wrote:

> This may not be an appropriate forum for this but...
>
> You guys ROCK!

Thanks!

For 3.1.5 we spent a good deal of time looking at compatibility with  
other packages, and that work had the unexpected side effect of  
suggesting a large number of smallish code changes to simplify the  
configuration.

-- Scott

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>
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Scott Ferguson
> Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2008 10:09 AM
> To: General Discussion for the Resin application server
> Subject: [Resin-interest] Resin 3.1.5
>
> Resin 3.1.5 is now available:
>
>   download : http://caucho.com/download
>   release notes: http://caucho.com/resin/changes/resin-3.1.5.xtp
>   change log: http://caucho.com/resin/changes/changes.xtp
>
>   Bug reports belong at http://bugs.caucho.com
>
>   Resin 3.1.5 is the active development branch.
>
> * JSF - Resin's JSF is making solid progress and is on track for
> release in 3.1.6.  Most of the Trinidad project is now working (see
> http://wiki.caucho.com/Trinidad)
> .  The JSF implementation is in resin/plugins/jsf-12.jar.  You'll need
> to copy it from the plugins to resin/lib to activate it.
>
> * Quercus - Continued solid work on bug fixes and compatibility.
> WordPress and MediaWiki have been put into the "killer app" category
> with a thorough review and several bug fixes.
>
> * Maven/Ivy - We've exposed a Maven/Ivy repository at http://caucho.com/m2
>  and http://caucho.com/m2-snapshot.  Details are at
> http://wiki.caucho.com/Maven2
>  and http://wiki.caucho.com/Ivy.
>
> * Maven/Ant tasks - there's now a resin:run and resin:jspc for Maven
> and a jspc task for Ant.
>
> * Resin embedding (http://caucho.com/resin/doc/resin-embedding.xtp) is
> a simple facade for launching a Resin instance either from another
> application or for unit testing.  The API has a set of test-specific
> methods, letting you run regression tests directly without involving
> TCP.
>
> * Resin remoting (http://caucho.com/resin/doc/resin-remoting.xtp) is a
> refactoring of the remoting support.  The protocol drivers are now
> separated out, so adding new protocols is straightforward.  Currently
> supported are Hessian, Burlap, CXF, and XFire.
>
> The basic configuration model is a servlet-mapping to define the URL,
> with a bean and remote interface, introspected to expose the service
> API (using the EJB @Remote model, but without the EJB overhead.)
>
> * Resin messaging (http://caucho.com/resin/doc/resin-messaging.xtp) is
> mostly a configuration cleanup and simplification of queues and
> message-driven beans.  You can now use Resin's JMS queues with the
> BlockingQueue API avoiding the JMS housekeeping.  Also, configuring a
> listener (message driven bean) is now essentially three lines of XML
> in the resin-web.xml.
>
> * Resin-IoC/EJB integration
>   (see http://caucho.com/resin/doc/resin-ejb.xtp and
> http://caucho.com/resin/doc/resin-ioc.xtp)
>   The implementation of Resin-IoC/WebBeans and Resin's EJB have been
> merged.  So the same code handles EJB's @TransactionAttributes as well
> as IoC beans, including servlets and filters.
>
> So, really, the only difference between a @Stateless bean and a
> @Singleton bean is the lifecycle. (@Stateless beans are pooled,
> @Singletons are multithreaded.)
>
> * Resin-IoC integrations.  We've added ObjectFactory drivers for the
> following frameworks:
>   http://wiki.caucho.com/Mule
>   http://wiki.caucho.com/Spring
>   http://wiki.caucho.com/Struts2
>   http://wiki.caucho.com/Wicket
>
> * Watchdog (see http://caucho.com/resin/doc/resin-watchdog.xtp)
>   Primarily cleanup, but also added an alternate configuration/
> launching capability for ISP-type environments.
>
> * Security (see http://caucho.com/resin/doc/resin-security.xtp)
>   The <authenticator> syntax now has a 'uri' attribute shortcut for
> known authenticators, simplifying configuration a bit.  For custom
> authenticators, there is a new abstract class making common password
> authenticators easier to implement.
>
> Also, the <management> tag now implements a default, top-level
> authenticator with its <user> tags (same as the old xml:
> authenticator.)  The <management> authenticator simplifies the /resin-
> admin configuration, and is also used for clustered security.
>
> * Third party integration
>
>   http://wiki.caucho.com/ActiveMQ
>   http://wiki.caucho.com/Hibernate
>   http://wiki.caucho.com/Hudson
>   http://wiki.caucho.com/Jackrabbit
>   http://wiki.caucho.com/JUnit
>   http://wiki.caucho.com/Terracotta
>   http://wiki.caucho.com/Trinidad
>
>
>
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