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News: IBM WebSphere Application Server V7 Feature Pack for OSGi Applications and Java Persistence API 2.0 is now GA

  1. The IBM WebSphere Application Server V7 Feature Pack for OSGi Applications and Java Persistence API 2.0 is now GA & enables productivity through a simplified component model and delivers enhanced performance through new relational database access standards.

    Some highlights of what is delivered:

    • Support for development and deployment of enterprise applications using OSGi
    • Support for Enterprise OSGi specs around Web application, Blueprint and JPA
    • The ability to update the individual bundles in an OSGi applications
    • Support for integrating OSGi and Java EE applications using SCA
    • Support for Java Persistence API 2, both from Java EE and OSGi applications
    • Development tooling for OSGi and JPA2 via the Rational Application Developer beta
    • Good performance increase measured using the SPECjEnterprise2010 benchmark.



    For more Information and to Download here:

    Also check out this blog post  by Ian Robinson -IBM Distinguished Engineer, working in WebSphere development on transaction processing architecture and strategy "OSGi and SCA come together in the WebSphere OSGi Application Feature Pack"

     

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  2. dust added to the bin?[ Go to top ]

    IBM once again proved of not being innovative. It is just implementing JPA 2.0, instead could provide much more flexibility of making hibernate availability with its platform. With little work and more marketing IBM is not providing much value to the market.

     

    Also Instead of refactoring the code and release geronimo based appserver...it is coming with its own old server...which clearly shows the development process philosphy that IBM follows.

     

    urs

    Naveen Gayar

    Secunderabad

  3. dust added to the bin?[ Go to top ]

    Just for your info, WAS JPA is based on OpenJPA where ibmers are committers:
    http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/v6r1/topic/com.ibm.websphere.ejbfep.multiplatform.doc/info/ae/ae/cejb_jpanote.html
    http://openjpa.apache.org/committers.html

    Maybe for you WAS is the worst app-server in the world but say that IBM doesn't do innovatation is ridiculous.

    Bye, Diego

  4. Hibernate is not that stable?[ Go to top ]

    It seems to me that hibernate gives a lot of issues around primitive types...although redhat owns it but doesn't take responsibility to fix the bugs and make it stable...

    atleast IBM has enough scope to work on this...even somemore dust needs to be added to fix the bugs :-)

  5. Websphere and "simplified" in the same sentence?

    You have to be kidding me.

    Only managers and non-hands on architects fall for that.

  6. Even if you don't like WAS, it's a very good news for WAS users who needs to use OSGI

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