Crispy is a lightweight Java API to invoke remote services (RMI, CORBA, WebService, XML-RPC, EJB, Hessian, Burlap, REST, JBoss Remoting, or others) with simple Java object calls. You can integrate Crispy in a service oriented architecture (SOA), in a rich client platform (RCP), or in an inversion of control container (IoC) such as PicoContainer, SpringFramework, or HiveMind.
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Release Notes: Exception handling was improved. A business exception can now wrap validation errors. Quality was improved by integrating FindBugs in the build process and fixing bugs.
Release Notes: Asynchronous communication. Remote invocations are asynchronous. The caller must not wait until the end of the invocation. commons-logging 1.0.4 has been replaced with version 1.1, commons-httpclient 3.0 with version 3.0.1, and Axis 1.2.1 with version 1.4. There are bugfixes and many more tests.
Release Notes: A new transport provider with a CORBA implementation was added. Bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The main news in this release are the Filter for Interceptors, Set InvocationStrategy for a StaticProxy, better Exception handling on the server and on the client, a new transport provider: Http-Serializer, more performance for large transfer objects, and bugfixes.