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ServletExec 6.0 Released

New Atlanta has released ServletExec 6.0 for download and purchase: servletexec

Key new features contained in ServletExec 6.0 are:

  • Java Servlet API 2.5
  • JavaServer Pages (JSP) 2.1
  • JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL) 1.2
  • JavaServer Faces (JSF) 1.2
  • JavaMail 1.4
  • Java Web Services support through JAX-WS 2.0
  • Updated Web Server support (IIS 7, Apache 2.2.x, SJSWS 7.0u1)
  • Updated OS support (Windows 2008 Vista, Solaris 10, AIX 5.3, HP-UX 11v2)
  • AMD/Intel 64-bit support (x64)

Additional improvements are:

  • Improved Performance
  • Pv6 Protocol support
  • ImprovedAdministrative Interface
  • Important notes:

    • JDK/JRE 1.5 or 1.6 is required for ServletExec 6.0
    • New license for ServletExec 6.0 will be provided to the existing customers with current subscriptions free of charge
    • Customers who have already purchased ServletExec 5.x on or after November 1st, 2007 will have the facility to upgrade to ServletExec
      6.0 free of charge

    ServletExec is one of the original implementations of the Java Servlet API and around 14000 customers in 85 countries has been purchased to this original implementation.


Java Remoting: Protocol Benchmarks

Every client/server application may have different remoting requirements, but the main criteria include performance. At least, you would to know that how much performance you are sacrificing in order to fulfilling other

Java Remoting: Protocol Benchmarks examines Java's RMI/JRMP, Spring’s HttpInvoker, Oracle's ORMI (with and without HTTP tunneling enabled), and three flavors of Apache XML-RPC and Caucho's Hessian, Hessian 2 and Burlap. Two graphs are added named as a small list having 250 items or less and a large list having from
500 to 5000 items. The two graphs are consistent (a good sign for the libraries involved) - and (surprise!) the binary protocols did far better on average than the XML-based

Article: Integrating Java and Erlang

Enterprise software development world introduces a new face: Erlang. Erlang is nothing but a functional programming language having native constructs for concurrency and reliability. Erlang is a programming language and Jinterface is an open source component of Ericsson's Open Telecom Platform having capability to integrate Java with Erlang.

Erlang provides a trivial solution for Building scalable, distributed and reliable systems. It may be a little bit hard to swallow for many enterprise developers. Erlang is a dynamically typed functional language; on the other hand Java is a statically typed object-oriented language. Erlang works as a agitator in case of traditional enterprise development as it is an standard similar to concurrency, uptimes of five nines or more, and "hot deployment" of code.

Java Persistence API (JPA) implementation for
Amazon SimpleDB JPA provides implementation for SimpleDB.

A SimpleDB is webservice for running queries on structured data in real time. The current version supports the following features:

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