Do I get my hopes to high if I give it another shot with Netbeans and  
Visual JSF ? :)
But it sounds like one of the issues is fix...

Regards,
Andreas Fischer

On Mar 4, 2008, at 3:37 PM, Scott Ferguson wrote:

> week 1 of 8
>
>   After Resin 3.1.6, we'll move the development into the 3.2.x tree,
> and 3.1.x will become the stable branch
>
> changes:
>
>  * jsf: Bean classes must have a zero-argument with
> com.sun.rave.faces.data.ResultSetPropertyResolver (#2364)
>
> * added scheduled-task to improve cron scheduling (#2311, #2475, rep
> by netsql3)
>
> * xa: Synchronization exception in beforeCompletion() could prevent
> rollback (#2454, rep by ddalessa)
>
> * ioc: interceptors not properly handling thrown exceptions (#2483,
> rep by wesley)
> * amber: @PersistenceContext fixes with third-party JPA providers
> (#2435, #2482, rep by Matt Johnson)
>
> features:
>
> <scheduled-task> is a cleanup of the old CronResource.  The docs are  
> at:
>
>   http://caucho.com/resin/doc/env-tags.xtp#scheduled-task
>   http://caucho.com/resin/doc/resources.xtp#scheduled-task
>
> Basically, it's a timed event generator based on a cron-style timing
> specification.  The task is any bean implementing the Runnable
> interface.  The configuration goes in the resin-web.xml (or
> resin.conf) and looks like:
>
>   <scheduled-task class="qa.MyTask">
>      <cron>5 0 *</cron>
>   </scheduled-task>
>
> which would run at 00:05 every day.
>
> The task can also be an EL method expression or a URL, which might
> look like:
>
>   <scheduled-task method="#{myBean.myMethod}">
>      <cron>0 */3</cron>
>   </scheduled-task>
>
> and
>
>   <scheduled-task url="/cron.php">
>     <cron>0 */6</cron>
>   </scheduled-task>
>
> -- Scott
>
>
>
>
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