Archive for November, 2009

WS-Transactions for JAX-WS: now available in beta

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

For those of you who have been waiting for this: we have finally released the ExtremeTransactions 3.7M1 milestone, featuring WS-Transactions support in beta.

Download is available here

Known issues at this time are:

-interop with MS or other vendors is still to be tested
-performance improvements in the web service calls needs to be improved
-compatibility with different JAX-WS stacks is still to be tested

Meet us at Devoxx!

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

It’s Devoxx (formerly JavaPolis) time again… If you are around this year then make sure to look for familiar faces - we will be there mixing in with the crowd.

See you!

New Releases: ExtremeTransactions 3.6.5 and TransactionsEssentials 3.5.9

Thursday, November 5th, 2009

We have two new releases ready:

Both are maintenance releases with bug fixes.

Registered downloaders can download directly from our maven repository…

New Model for Developer Support: “Developer Access”

Thursday, November 5th, 2009

We are currently re-organising our developer support model in the following ways:

  • Developer support tickets are no longer offered in isolation but rather in packets of 4
  • This formula has been renamed to developer access

There are a number of reasons for doing this, but the most important one is that we want to avoid cumbersome discussions about whether a support question is actually one, two or more tickets: every time this has happened in the past, our customers were unhappy because they needed to go back to their management and ask for a budget one more time. Our new formula represents a compromise that should cover most scenarios with just one purchase.

The new formula should be online soon.