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Java GForge SOAP Interface

The Java GForge SOAP Interface (JaGoSI) is an approach to access the GForge collaboration platform via Java. This can be used to put other applications on top of JaGoSI. It may be integrated with other applications like the former MyLar project.

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  •  11 Aug 2007 23:19

    Release Notes: A complete working file distribution is available for the GForge platform via an Ant task. Many bugs were fixed. The Maven build was fixed, so compiling with sub components is working. The project structure was changed. JUnit was updated to version 4.

    •  23 Jul 2007 12:38

      Release Notes: Deployment to the GForge platform with creation of packages, releases, and file entries is working. Minor bugs were fixed and example applications (Swing client, Ant Task) were integrated.

      •  13 Jul 2007 08:04

        Release Notes: This milestone implements all accessible functions of the SOAP API of GForge. There have been some PHP code fixes because some calls produced exceptions in the PHP code.

        •  09 Jul 2007 00:22

          Release Notes: The group name will now be the Unix group name, because it has to be unique. The methods createRelease, createPackage, getReleases, getPackages, createFile, and getFiles have been implemented. The implementation of createFile has forced the implementation of two new functions in the GForge SOAP API (getFileTypes and getFileProcessorTypes). The PHP source of GForge has been patched to fit these requirements.

          •  03 Jul 2007 21:31

            Release Notes: The build system has been updated to work for Ant and Maven 2. This release fixes a number of bugs and adds a number of enhancements.

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