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[ANN] Equinox 1.2 Released

This release adds support for iBATIS, JDO (JPOX), Spring JDBC and OJB. For detailed documentation on how to use these frameworks with Spring, see Chapter 7 of Spring Live or the Spring Reference Documentation.

For a detailed comparison of the web frameworks included in Equinox, see Chapter 11 of Spring Live (to be released in mid January 2005). Detailed release notes are below:

- Added CruiseControl files and documentation to extras/cruisecontrol.
- Fixed export issue in userList.jsp for displaytag. Birthday should now export w/o any issues.
- Added deployment descriptor for Geronimo with Jetty.
- Added JUnit and UI tests for JSF and Tapestry.
- Added installations for Velocity and FreeMarker with Spring MVC.
- Added installations for iBATIS, JDO, OBJ and Spring JDBC. Hibernate is the default.
- Dependent packages upgraded:

  • Cargo 0.4
  • DisplayTag 1.0 RC2
  • Hibernate 2.1.6
  • Spring 1.1.3
  • StrutsTestCase 2.1.3

- Dependent packages added:

  • FreeMarker 2.3
  • iBATIS 2.0.8
  • JPOX 1.1.0-alpha-4
  • OJB 1.0.1
  • Url Rewrite Filter 1.2
  • Velocity 1.4

Download. For more information about installing the various options, see the README.txt file.

Demos are available at the links below:

NOTE: I didn't upgrade to Hibernate 2.1.7 because it doesn't create the HSQLDB database tables when the JVM starts up.

Posted in Java at Dec 29 2004, 11:49:15 AM MST 1 Comment

Hello, i think problem with HSQLDB is tables are created if they are do not exsist, but system gives an error othervise. However, i think it does not cause trouble. But this is the case in my project, i have not tried equinox.

Posted by aaa on December 29, 2004 at 03:47 PM MST #

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