Release Notes: This release adds EJB/JMS from Resin-EE, and preliminary EJB 3.0 support. The persistence engine has been refactored.
Release Notes: Major stability and memory improvements for Win32, better documentation and support for dependency injection, experimental portlet support, and experimental Groovy support.
Release Notes: This release is a major redesign of Resin 2.1. It adds support for the Servlet 2.4 and JSP 2.0 draft specifications. Most of the changes are internal, but users will see improved OpenSSL support and better validation of configuration files.
Release Notes: Support for non-thread-safe OpenSSL libraries, tcp-no-delay configuration to disable the Nagle algorithm, and ping-interval configuration for database pool validation have been added. Assorted database pooling issues have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for .ear files, load-balancing with Resin, CGI, FastCGI, HTTP gzip, improved OpenSSL integration. It also adds binary web services support using Hessian and bi-directional (p2p) multiplexing with Hessian mux.
Release Notes: This release adds client/server Burlap support, XSLT fixes to pass the XSLTMark benchmark, velocity style #foreach, a resin-status servlet, and many minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Additional logging formats, abstraction of the WebDAV backend to to allow for database access, a fix for the NT service -install, a fix for a race condition in FileServlet cache, and a host of smaller bugfixes.
Release Notes: WebDAV support has been added. Memory consumption has been significantly reduced for sites with many JSPs. Performance with Apache and IIS has been improved. Many smaller bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: The database pool has been rewritten to support the JDBC 2.0 pooling style. The authentication API has also been rewritten to give more control over login. There are HTTP header fixes for ETag, cookies, and redirects, and many smaller bugfixes.
Release Notes: Version 1.2.1 improves the standalone web server stability, including a ping utility, servlet caching enhancements, better support for third party EJB servers, MacOSX support, and DOM Level 2 changes. The C-based Java launcher and Web Server now dynamically adjusts the number of threads to match the load.