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Apache OpenEJB 3.1.3 and JPPF 2.3 With Idle Host Scavenging

Jessica Thornsby

Apache OpenEJB 3.1.3 With Partial EJB 3.1 Support

Apache OpenEJB version 3.1.3 has been announced, with partial EJB 3.1 support.

It comes with pre-packaged Tomcat setup, JMX Monitoring and expanded Stateless Session Bean pooling. Also new, are TCP based heartbeat and node discovery, and Quartz Resource Adapter. The 3.2 codebase is the trunk where all further Java 6 and Java EE 6 work will now be done. Betas of the 3.2 codebase are currently scheduled for release before the end of the year.

ConfluenceFx 1.0 Gives You More Control Over Your Notifications

ConfluenceFx 1.0 has been announced. This release comes with new settings that allow users to specify the types of resources they wish to be notified on. Attachments are no longer stacked in the widget view if they represent the same file, and the auto-update has been improved, so it can now update from the desktop itself.

Mobicents Sip Servlets 1.4.0.FINAL Certified Against Sip Servlets 1.1 Spec

Mobicents Sip Servlets version 1.4.0.FINAL is out now.

This release is certified against the Sip Servlets 1.1 specification. It introduces support for XCAP, and improved HTTP Convergence and Buddy Group support for the Load Balancer. The JAIN SIP Stack support for forking has been improved, and this release moves to Apache Tomcat version 6.0.29 and Mobicents Media Server 2.0.0.GA. It also moves to Mobicents Diameter 1.3.1, in order to use HA features.

JPPF 2.3 With Idle Host Scavenging

JPPF version 2.3 is out now.

With this release, logging traces are now available as JMX notifications via the JPPF management APIs, and a new mechanism enables the detection of hardware failures of a node or server. A node can now be configured to run in the same JVM as a JPPF server, and JPPF can take advantage of idle computers by configuring a JPPF node to start when no keyboard or mouse activity has occurred for a set time.

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