Any comments are more than welcome!
This news comes at a great time since we are about to release a milestone build of our 4.0 release of ExtremeTransactions that includes support for precisely this API. Thank you Cesare Pautasso for co-authoring this work, and thanks to all the reviewers for the very useful comments that helped us improve the design even more!
Watch this blog for more updates soon…
As of 3.9 on, you can configure our website as a maven repository for transparent access to support releases.
See this page for details on how to do this.
We’ve just published release 3.9.2 with improved OSGi examples, OSGi docs and more. Details are here.
Release 3.9 is available!
The most important new features are JMX controls for JDBC/JMS (reserved for paying subscribers) and support for “domain events” in the core.
Full details are available on the release notes page…
If you’ve been following the recent cyber-news then you may have heard about more and more vendors abandoning OSGi support.
Just to be clear: we are _not_ part of this club - quite the contrary: Atomikos continues to invest in OSGi compatibility and improved integration with OSGi environments. It’s a major thing for us. Why? Because we design(ed) our products to integrate into your IT ecosystem.
We’ve just released the 3.9.0.M1 - available via the download pages as usual.
Some highlights: redesigned connection pool (much better!), write-ahead logging for double logging performance (subscribers only) and a new distribution model to speed up the build of support / bug fix releases.
To all candidate community members who did not manage to create a forum account:
now it should work again!
Security settings and anti-spam measures somehow broke the registration process - apologies for that
We’ve restricted access to http://repo.atomikos.com (our maven repository) to customers only, so they can have easy and timely access to bug fixes, maintenance releases and full feature releases.
If you’re not a customer then you have two options:
In the near future we plan to distribute TransactionsEssentials exclusively via the central maven repo.