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The IberAgents platform is a framework for component development in Java. It has facilities for Web service communication (SOAP), persistence to database or files, and interaction via the Web; thus providing an end-to-end solution for data management. It uses its own SOAP library, so it does not depend on Axis or Apache Soap.

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Recent releases

  •  13 Dec 2004 22:30

    Release Notes: Distribution files include default certificates for SSL.

    •  02 Dec 2004 08:07

      Release Notes: This release adds the ability to disable the certificate manager, and disables it by default, in order to avoid issues with high memory consumption and CPU usage.

      •  26 Nov 2004 18:58

        Release Notes: A number of security enhancements, including secure login, Web services over SSL, hashing of passwords, and others.

        •  06 Sep 2004 18:26

          Release Notes: There is a new component type Restartable. CoreComponent has been removed and the rest simplified. Variable index fields: a bean object may be referenced by any field when e.g. storing to persistence. General code cleanup. Components no longer require an interface to work. Better handling of custom marshalers for the Web edition.

          •  26 Aug 2004 18:27

            Release Notes: IberAgents now supports soap faults, enabling transparent remote exceptions.


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