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On the last day of 2010, I made available the third release candidate for Apache Roller 5.0. The main difference between this new candidate and the previous one is that the new RC3 runs on Java EE 6 servers: Glassfish 3, JBoss 6 and Websphere 8 (currently in beta). Making this happen took a lot more work than I expected and I'll blog about that over the next couple of weeks as it is an interesting case study in Java EE 6 portability.
Here's the announcement:
Apache Roller 5.0 Release Candidate RC3 is now available for testing. Note that this is NOT a release of the Apache Software Foundation or anybody else; this release candidate is for testing purposes only and not recommended for production. What's new in Roller 5.0: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/ROLLER/What's+new+in+Roller+5.0 Change list (issues resolved since 4.0) http://bit.ly/gAhDWR Issues resolved since last release candidate (RC3) http://bit.ly/dZ27Nx Signed binary and source files. Also, documentation in PDF form http://people.apache.org/~snoopdave/apache-roller-5.0/ The biggest change in RC3 is the new support for Java EE 6 application servers: Glassfish 3, JBoss 6 and Websphere 8 (beta). I've been able to verify that Roller runs on all of those servers, and I updated the installation guide to explain in detail how you install on Glassfish, JBoss and WebSphere. If you would like to help out then please test RC3, discuss the problems you encounter here and file specific bugs with steps to reproduce in the Roller JIRA bug tracking system. Thanks, DaveThat announcement is available here: http://markmail.org/message/my5wbld2xqvhqpyg
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