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Posted 7 months ago by Randall
A JCR repository is by definition a hierarchical database, and it’s important that the hierarchical node structure be properly designed to maintain good functionality and performance. If the hierarchy is too deep, you’re applications will spend a lot of time navigating lots of nodes just to find the one they’re interested in. Or, if the […]
Posted 8 months ago by Randall
The ModeShape community is proud to announce the immediately availability of our fourth 4.0 pre-release, ModeShape 4.0.0.Alpha4. The JARs and other artifacts are available in the JBoss Maven repository and in our downloads area, and will be soon in ... [More] Maven Central. See our Getting Started guide for details. Thanks to our whole community for the work that’s gone […] [Less]
Posted 9 months ago by Randall
ModeShape 3.8.0.Final is now available, with almost a dozen bug fixes and a few minor features. This release depends upon Infinispan 5.2.10, and the subsystem can be installed into EAP 6.2.1.GA or EAP 6.3 Beta. See the release notes for details. As usual, the artifacts are in the JBoss Maven repository and will soon be […]
Posted 10 months ago by Randall
The ModeShape community is proud to announce the immediately availability of our third 4.0 pre-release, ModeShape 4.0.0.Alpha3. The JARs and other artifacts are available in the JBoss Maven repository and in our downloads area, and will be soon in ... [More] Maven Central. See our Getting Started guide for details. Thanks to our whole community for the work that’s gone […] [Less]
Posted 10 months ago by Randall
ModeShape 3.7.4.Final is now available and contains several bug fixes for Access Control Lists (ACLs), sequencer initialization, and moving nodes. See the release notes for details. As usual, the artifacts are in the JBoss Maven repository and will soon be pushed into Maven Central. Or you can download a zip file with the libraries. Give it a […]
Posted 10 months ago by Randall
Now available is ModeShape 3.7.3.Final, which contains a fix for an issue with resolving file-based URLs to configurations. If you’re using any version of 3.x, we recommend that you upgrade to, test with, and start using 3.7.3.Final. As usual, the artifacts are in the JBoss Maven repository and will soon be pushed into Maven Central. Or you […]
Posted 10 months ago by Randall
Events are essential to ModeShape. When your application saves changes to content, ModeShape generates events that describe those changes and sends those events to all of your applications’ listeners registered. The bottom line is that every listener ... [More] is able to see events for all of the changes made, regardless of which part of the cluster those […] [Less]
Posted 10 months ago by Randall
The ModeShape community is very proud to announce the immediately availability of our second 4.0 pre-release, ModeShape 4.0.0.Alpha2. The JARs and other artifacts are available in the JBoss Maven repository and in our downloads area, and will be soon ... [More] in Maven Central. See our Getting Started guide for details. Thanks to our whole community for the work […] [Less]
Posted 11 months ago by Randall
Our last release was 4.0.0.Alpha1, and in it we fixed a dozen or so bugs reported against 3.x. And as we continued toward 4.0.0.Alpha2, we’ve fixed a number of additional bugs. We don’t want anyone running 4.0.0.Alphas (or Betas) in production, so it’s not surprising that finally someone asked that several of them be backported […]
Posted 11 months ago by Randall
We’ve been working on 4.0 for a while, and in addition to the new features we’ve also fixed a number of bugs logged against 3.7. We’ve accumulated a number of them, so we’re going to backport some of them and cut a 3.7.2.Final release, hopefully as soon as next week. If you don’t see an issue, […]