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Posted about 1 month ago by hchiorean
The ModeShape community is proud to announce the immediately availability of ModeShape 5.4.1.Final. This is a micro-release which addresses the following issues: Enhancement MODE-2682 – Enable counter on HTreeMap used by LocalEnumeratedIndex Bug ... [More] MODE-2685 – ClassCastException when attempting to reoder SNS with transient changes MODE-2683 – Lucene indexes do not handle UPPER and LOWER case […] [Less]
Posted about 2 months ago by hchiorean
What’s new This release addresses 19 bugs and 4 enhancements, most notably: adding support for pass-through configuration properties for the Hikari connection pool (see MODE-2674) fixing a number of transaction and clustering related issues upgrading ... [More] the Wildfly support to Wildfly 10.1.0.Final adding generic Amazon S3 support for binary storage You can migrate from ModeShape 3 […] [Less]
Posted 5 months ago by hchiorean
The ModeShape community is proud to announce the immediately availability of our latest stable release, ModeShape 5.3.0.Final. This minor release addresses 11 bugs and 2 enhancements, most notably: adding replica set support for the Mongo DB binary ... [More] store to both the JSON and Wildfly configuration (see MODE-2635) adding the ability to update the configuration for […] [Less]
Posted 7 months ago by hchiorean
The ModeShape community is proud to announce the immediately availability of ModeShape 4.6.2.Final. This is a micro-release off the 4.x branch which addresses a couple of repository backup issues: MODE-2587 and MODE-2611 Being a micro-release, the ... [More] artifacts for this version will only be available in Maven via the JBoss or Central repositories and will not […] [Less]
Posted 8 months ago by hchiorean
The ModeShape community is proud to announce the immediately availability of our latest stable release, ModeShape 5.2.0.Final. This minor release addresses 13 bugs and 5 enhancements, most notably: add minimal partition support so that in case of ... [More] network partitions a cluster of ModeShape repositories won’t corrupt data update CMIS to use OpenCMIS 1.0 and also […] [Less]
Posted 10 months ago by hchiorean
The ModeShape community is proud to announce the immediately availability of ModeShape 4.6.1.Final. This is a micro-release off the 4.x branch which addresses only one issue: MODE-2615 Being a micro-release, the artifacts for this version will only ... [More] be available in Maven via the JBoss or Central repositories and will not be published on the main […] [Less]
Posted 11 months ago by hchiorean
The ModeShape community is proud to announce the immediately availability of our latest stable release, ModeShape 5.1.0.Final. This minor release addresses 16 bugs and 11 enhancements, most notably: several bug fixes around the new persistence ... [More] support 5 new sequencers: ModeShape can now sequence EPUB, PDF and ODF files together with several audio and video formats […] [Less]
Posted about 1 year ago by hchiorean
Starting with ModeShape 3 in early 2012, all repository nodes were internally represented using JSON documents and stored as BSON values in Infinispan. Although we relied upon some Infinispan features, for the most part ModeShape was merely storing ... [More] its data using a very basic key-value API. As ModeShape evolved through the 3.x and 4.x versions, we started having […] [Less]
Posted about 1 year ago by Randall
The ModeShape community is proud to announce the immediately availability of our latest stable release, ModeShape 5.0.0.Final. This is the first major release from the 5.x series, and addresses 52 bug fixes, new features, and improvements. ModeShape ... [More] 5.0 has a number of very significant changes and features, including: Improved consistency – ModeShape 5 no longer uses […] [Less]
Posted about 1 year ago by Randall
The ModeShape community is proud to announce the immediately availability of our latest stable release, ModeShape 4.6.0.Final. The JARs and other artifacts are already available in the JBoss Maven repository and in our downloads area, and will make ... [More] it to Maven Central soon. See our Getting Started guide for details, and the release notes for specifics of the changes […] [Less]