Archive for February, 2010

TransactionsEssentials 3.6.2 released

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

We’ve just released TransactionsEssentials 3.6.2 with another set of fixes and improvements.

As usual, you can download here or through our maven repository (the URL of which was sent by email after you registered the first time).

Over 10 000 downloads last month

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Great news: we now have over 10K downloads per month (as per January 2010), which is quite impressive given our niche market focus. This is over 10 times more than 6 months ago… Atomikos keeps on growing!

Configuring Hibernate JPA+Infinispan+Atomikos

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Here is an interesting post at JBoss about configuring Hibernate, Infinispan’s caching and Atomikos JTA (among other JTA implementations). Sample code and configuration files are included.

Regards

Quick Update on Maven Central Repository Synchronization

Monday, February 1st, 2010

We had scheduled automatic synching with Maven’s central repository for our 3.6 release but so far we didn’t manage to get it to work. The reasons for this are mainly technical ones at the level of the synchronization protocol (rsync) and security requirements.

Anyway, we are still looking for a good way to do this so we haven’t given up yet. It’s just a bit more complex than we hoped for.

Regards

TransactionsEssentials 3.6.1 available

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Hi,

We’ve just released TransactionsEssentials 3.6.1, available from our website or from our maven repository.

This is a bug fix release, repairing some OSGi-specific problems with class loading across bundles. Thanks a lot to Pascal Leclercq for the feedback while testing this! Also many thanks to Peter Kriens for the advice on class loading.

http://www.atomikos.com/Main/TransactionsEssentials

Regards