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Application Server Platform Siwpas 2.0.0 Goes GA

Jessica Thornsby

PLUS, Spring Data JDBC Extensions 1.0.0 M2 released with Oracle Database support.

Siwpas 2.0.0 GA Released with Web Socket Protocol

The Siwpas application server platform for Java EE web
applications, has announced its 2.0.0 GA release. Starting with this version,
Siwpas supports Web Socket Protocol, and supports the clustering of
Context and Dependency Injection, Managed Beans and Enterprise Java
Beans. Siwpas is available in a Community Edition, and an
Enterprise Edition. The Community edition of  Siwpas is
licensed under LGPL version 3.


Apache HttpComponents HttpCore Fixes Critical

Apache HttpComponents HttpCore version 4.1.3 is now GA! This emergency release fixes a
critical regression that was introduced in version 4.1.2. This
regression could cause non-blocking SSL sessions to fail to
terminate correctly, if the opposite end shut down the connection
without sending a ‘close notify’ message, thus causing an infinite
loop in the I/O dispatch thread. It can be downloaded

HttpCore is a set of low level HTTP transport components, used
to build custom client and server side HTTP services. It supports
two I/O models: blocking I/O model based on the classic Java I/O
and non-blocking, event driven I/O model based on Java NIO.


Apache Turbine 4.0 M1 Released

The Apache
team have announced the first milestone of version 4.0, of their
servlet-based framework. Apache Turbine 4.0 M1 adds YAAFI Avalon
service container and the corresponding
TurbineYaafiComponentService, and updates its dependencies: Commons
Collections has been updated to 3.2.1, Commons Lang to 2.5, and
Commons Email to 1.2. The project has also moved to Java 5
generics, and uses the Fulcrum components from Fulcrum version
Please note that this version requires JDK 1.6 or higher to


Spring Data JDBC Extensions with Oracle Database

Version 1.0.0 M2 of Spring Data
JDBC Extensions with Oracle Database support
, has been

This project provides additional support for vendor-specific
JDBC extensions, and new approaches to working with JDBC. It
includes code ported from the “Advanced Pack for Oracle Database”
SpringSource project, which was previously only available for
support subscription customers. It features QueryDSL support and
Advanced Querying support, which provides the option of using a
single local transaction manager for both database and message
access, without resorting to distributed 2-phase commit.

This milestone adds support for QueryDSL SQL module,
QueryDslJdbcTemplate, SqlInsertWithKeyCallback and
SqlDeleteCallback. It also fixes a JDBC connection leak that could
occur on third-party JDBC pool when using Oracle AQ in combination
with DefaultMessageListenerContainer, and sharing the connection
from a local JDBC transaction. More information is available at the
Release Notes.

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