Release Notes: This release moves from LGPL v3 to EPL v1, removes GNU Crypto and moves to BouncyCastle, removes Wombat classes and moves to a Java implementation of the same, upgrades to the DCOM 5.7 protocol. lets j-Interop "negotiate" (as per DCOM specs) and use the latest protocol if supported by the Server, and adds many minor fixes.
Release Notes: Major bugs were fixed regarding memory and session management. The JIVariant(Object) and JIVariant(Object, boolean) ctors have been removed. The JISession.createSession() method was introduced. This does not require any user credentials and uses the credentials of the "logged-in" user. It is native and works only on Windows with NTLMv1 only. The Java library path using -D"java.library.path" must be set to point to "NTLMAuth.dll", which is available with the jTDS project (http://jtds.sourceforge.net/).
Release Notes: NTLMv2 security has been introduced. An OOM issue due to improper logging has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes releasing of COM references more than once during GC by the library, which caused the "RPC server has disconnected" exception. There are one or two other minor fixes.
Release Notes: A comparison has been made with the published MS DCOM specifications and any differences that could be found were reconciled. Of course, j-Interop does not fully implement the Bi-Directional feature, so those parts of the protocol have been left out.
Release Notes: This drop fixes issues related to reference counting done by the library for each COM object. It is highly recommended to move to this release as soon as time permits.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. The main issue addressed in this is a Deadlock faced in JISession under heavy threading. Also, if destroySession was invoked, any existing call to a COM server would block till that call was complete. This has been corrected. Any call in progress will be terminated and destroySession will be allowed to continue.
Release Notes: A deadlock condition that came up when COM references were being added to the session and being dereferenced by the cleanup thread simultaneously has been resolved. Callbacks are now multithreaded. JIVariant has a fix to take care of unusually high arrays. A protocol error on Windows 2K3 servers has been resolved. The reference mechanism has been enhanced. The licensing has been changed to the LGPL 3.0.