The DPML SDK is a management platform for Java-based component development, resource management, and deployment. It is composed of the Transit resource management layer, the Depot multi-project build system, the Metro component management runtime engine, and the Station application management console.
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Release Notes: Support was enhanced for the creation of composite components using URL resolvable parts (where a part is a building block defining a classloader chain, component, and deployment scenario).
Release Notes: New features and enhancements added since version 2.0.1 include the addition of support for component composition via reference to nested parts within the internal structure of a component using part URIs as the construction mechanisms. This version also includes numerous code and documentation quality enhancements and updates to the checkstyle task involving migration from Checkstyle 4.1 to 4.3.
Release Notes: New features and/or enhancements delivered under version 2.0.1 relative to the 2.0.0 distribution include improvements to general exception handling and error reporting.
Release Notes: This release moves trunk content to a dedicated branch (truck content now includes 2.X development).
Release Notes: This release adds context model support for map datatypes, improved XSD namespace management, improved part interface semantics, improved private class isolation, improvements to Station deployment metadata, integral support for java,util.ServiceLoader, JMX management of the Transit resource management layer, JSR 277 readiness, a metro component model moved to a dedicated content type handler, support for URI fragment argument handling, support for nested context interface definitions, and support for plugable content type handlers.