Apache Tuscany 0.90 released


News: Apache Tuscany 0.90 released

  1. Apache Tuscany 0.90 released (5 messages)

    The Apache Tuscany team is pleased to announce the 0.90-incubating release of the Java SCA project. Apache Tuscany provides a runtime based on the Service Component Architecture. SCA is a set of specifications aimed at simplifying SOA Application Development, which are being standardized at OASIS as part of Open Composite Services Architecture (Open CSA). This release represents a significant milestone on the road to an Apache Tuscany SCA 1.0 release. It is based on the final 1.0 versions of the SCA specifications and it includes a substantial redesign of parts of the runtime which has significantly improved usability compared with previous releases, as well as providing stable, easy to use SPIs for extension development. To download or for more information about the release go to: http://incubator.apache.org/tuscany/sca-java-releases.html To find out more about OASIS Open CSA go to: http://www.oasis-opencsa.org. Apache Tuscany welcomes your help. Any contribution, including code, testing, improving the documentation, or bug reporting is always appreciated. For more information on how to get involved in Apache Tuscany visit the website at: http://incubator.apache.org/tuscany. Thank you for your interest in Apache Tuscany! The Apache Tuscany Team. --- Tuscany is an effort undergoing incubation at the Apache Software Foundation (ASF), sponsored by the Apache Web services PMC. Incubation is required of all newly accepted projects until a further review indicates that the infrastructure, communications, and decision making process have stabilized in a manner consistent with other successful ASF projects. While incubation status is not necessarily a reflection of the completeness or stability of the code, it does indicate that the project has yet to be fully endorsed by the ASF.

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  2. this is a very important issue to be fully integrated service in appservers and as a geronimo cusin ,it's supposed to be the first to run in i donot mean to run as an application,this is obvious ,i mean fully integrated with the appserver lifecycle,resources,transactions...etc
  3. You can now package Tuscany in your web application and run it under Geronimo. As you said, this is not a great story yet but it's the first step. We start to work toward a deep integration with Geronimo. The discussion has been started on the Tuscany mailing list. You can find more information at: http://www.mail-archive.com/tuscany-dev at ws dot apache dot org/msg18109.html Thanks, Raymond
  4. Fabric3[ Go to top ]

    Could someone from Tuscany and/or Fabric3 (http://fabric3.codehaus.org/) comment on why a few Tuscany veterans decided to leave Tuscany and work on Fabric3, and explain if they left for a fork to work differently or instead left to restart from scratch with a completely different technical mindset ? I believe this hasn't been explained so far. Thanks Alex
  5. Re: Fabric3[ Go to top ]

    I think your best bet for an answer would be to talk to the Fabric 3 guys as they're best positioned for the answer your looking for. I think this is the current link: dev at fabric3 dot codehaus dot org for their dev mailing list. Cheers, Matt
  6. Mule and Tuscany?[ Go to top ]

    At the TSS Java Symposium Ross from Mule said they were looking to work with the Tuscany team to provide SCA support in the Mule ESB. How does the 0.90 release help them? What's the latest on Mule and Tuscany? -Frank Cohen http://www.pushtotest.com