News: Spring Integration 1.0 GA is available
Spring Integration is an extension of the Spring programming model to support the Enterprise Integration Patterns while building on the Spring Framework's existing support for enterprise integration. It offers a seamless model for integrating Spring components, and adapters for integrating Spring and non-Spring components. The project homepage is at http://www.springsource.org/spring-integration. It hasn't been updated with the 1.0 GA information yet, but the download, at http://www.springsource.com/download/community?project=Spring%20Integration, is the 1.0 release.
- Posted by: Peter Varhol
- Posted on: December 03 2008 08:09 EST
- Re: Spring Integration 1.0 GA is available by Joshua Long on December 03 2008 12:18 EST
- Maven2 Repository? by Daniel Krieg on December 04 2008 05:25 EST
- Re: Spring Integration 1.0 GA is available by Marissa Marissa on September 14 2010 01:38 EDT
- I've used it by rachel mass on January 18 2011 11:24 EST
- Nice post by ronald gibson on July 28 2012 03:51 EDT
Congratulations on the release! Can't wait to have a Spring Framework API that can be more readily snuck in the back door to leverage this amazing functionality. When's AS2 (although, I don't know of any Open Source frameworks with solid AS2 support - this is usually a very expensive option) and SMS Modem support coming? :-)
Is there plans to publish this release to a Maven 2 repository and if so, can you provide a link?
I'm sure that it will get added eventually, but in the meantime, adding http://repository.springsource.com/maven/bundles/external and http://repository.springsource.com/maven/bundles/release will work. To browse the repositories, you'll need to use the S3 browser
Actually, since this is a GA release, you can browse the SpringSource Enterprise Bundle Repository directly: http://www.springsource.com/repository You can also search (e.g. for "Spring Integration") to find all of the Spring Integration bundles tagged with 1.0.0.RELEASE. We will be enhancing the build so that future version are also made available in the Maven Central Repository.
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Sun does not include Jakarta DynaMaps, or Collections for OrderMap or Jakarta Lang String utils, or Digester, or IoC or Hessian (a binary protocol) or CoR.....
I would rather that best parts of open source are included with rt.jar so I do not have to download them w/ the app.
I've used it and it meets its credentials -- I am impressed!
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