Apache Tuscany SCA Java 1.2 released


News: Apache Tuscany SCA Java 1.2 released

  1. Apache Tuscany SCA Java 1.2 released (2 messages)

    The Apache Tuscany team are delighted to announce the 1.2 release of the Java SCA project. Apache Tuscany provides a runtime environment based on the Service Component Architecture (SCA). SCA is a set of specifications aimed at simplifying SOA application development. These specifications are being standardized by OASIS as part of the Open Composite Services Architecture (Open CSA). The Tuscany SCA Java 1.2 release adds a number of features including:
    • An improved SCA distributed domain support with an SCA Domain Manager application
    • Support for running Tuscany in a OSGI runtime using Apache Felix
    • Support for JAXWS annotations
    • improved and simplified JMS binding
    • Improved support for SCA Policies and a new Policy provider SPI
    • Support for 'native' Groovy component implementation classes
    • Atom binding now using Apache Abdera
    • A new Eclipse plugin providing a Tuscany runtime Library and Tuscany launcher in Eclipse environment.
    For full details about the release and to download the distributions please go to Tuscany Release Page: To find out more about SCA, follow the link to OASIS Open CSA Apache Tuscany welcomes your help. Any contribution, including code, testing, contributions to the documentation, or bug reporting is always appreciated. For more information on how to get involved, please visit the Apache Tuscany website. Thank you for your interest in Apache Tuscany! The Apache Tuscany Team.
  2. Congratulations to the team :) Such an important news and such a few attention! What's happened to Java community?!
  3. Yes, why no posting to this news? SCA is one of the most important things for SOA-based application development since Forte 4GL (early nineties SOA-based development, deployment, and run time system). It's still a long, long way off from what Forte offered 15 years ago, but this is now likely the best hope for SOA-based application development.