Release Notes: The IDRS Project has announced an integration with Apache Axis to create a page-based paradigm for building document Web services. The POC is a simple implementation of a DSMLv2 (Directory Services Markup Language) search. Enhancements include the use of the Java API for XML Binding (JAXB) to parse the request XML into a consistent object model based on an XML Schema and response documents that are generated directly to a Document Object Model, allowing for XSL and other transformations to occur without excess parsing.
Release Notes: This release includes pluggable resource managment, a new XML-based compilation system, the use of the Jakarta-commons project's pooling code, a refactored IDRSServlet for better performance, and many more new features. Along with a The Web site was redesigned and reorganized to help users learn and use the IDRS.
Release Notes: The IDRS was completly re-written for 2.0, with a completely rebuilt report generation process. RML pages are now "compiled" into an object tree, then serialized in the database. The object trees then simply execute when an RML page is requested. An application object was added, similar to ASP's application object, as well as an improved scripting object, and a more powerful security model. An "Alpha Testers" section was added to the Website.