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Bug Fixes for Grails 1.2.5 and Apache CFX 2.30 Released

Jessica Thornsby

PLUS, Bamboo 2,7 Beta gets new build structure and Grails JMS Plugin reaches 1.0.

Bug Fixes for Grails 1.2.5

Grails version 1.2.5 is out now! This is a bug fix
release, which rectifies problems with the reference documentation,
and the “pluginManager” bean not appearing in the application
context when integration testing. A full list of bugs fixed, is
available at the Release Notes.

Apache CFX 2.30 is JAX-WS 2.2 and JAX-RS 1.1

Apache CXF version 2.3.0 has been released.

Apache CXF is a services framework for building and developing
services using frontend programming APIs, such as JAX-WS and
JAX-RS. It supports a variety of web service standards including
SOAP, the WSI Basic Profile and WSDL. This release is compliant
with JAX-WS 2.2 and JAX-RS 1.1, and supports the SOAP/JMS
specification. It offers schema Validation support for Aegis
Databinding support, if Woodstox 4 is used for the Stax parser.

Bamboo 2.7 Enters Public Beta

The public beta of Bamboo 2.7 is now available to

This beta gives developers the options of breaking up and
running tests in parallel within a single Plan, and running
multiple builds of a single Plan concurrently. Bamboo 2.7 also gets
a new build structure: a Plan now consists of multiple stages, each
representing a stage in the release process. Each stage consists of
one or more jobs, defining the build configuration and artifacts
that were previously part of the Plan. Mercurial (Hg) is also

Send and Receive JMS Messages Inside Grails

Grails JMS Plugin has reached 1.0. This plugin
facilitates sending and receiving JMS messages inside a Grails
application. It is built on top of Spring’s JMS support, and uses
JmsTemplate to send messages.

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