Release Notes: Some minor fixes for bugs reported by users.
Release Notes: Fixes for 2 known bugs and some additional JMS example programs to use in a SwiftMQ router network.
Release Notes: The Replicator Extension Swiftlet submits the replication of files and directories via a SwiftMQ router network from arbitrary definable sources to arbitrary definable sinks. It is well-suited for the replication of configuration files or entire Web sites, the distribution of software, the centralized storage of log-files, and much more.
Release Notes: The Portmapper Extension Swiftlet enables offering TCP Ports to arbitrary accessible computers within one SwiftMQ router network and the configuration of listeners on arbitrary other SwiftMQ routers on the network. Through this, it is possible to switch arbitrary transparent TCP connections via the SwiftMQ router network. This is called port mapping. The TCP data streams are conducted within the SwiftMQ router network via internal queue streams and based on JMS Messages. No intervention in the data stream takes place. Thus, a mapping of FTP and SSH connections is not possible. However, telnet, JDBC (e.g., Oracle and Sybase TCP listener) as well as all other transparent TCP connections are possible.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and one enhancement regarding router startup with many messages in the backstore.
Release Notes: The SMTP Mailer Extension Swiftlet enables every JMS client within a SwiftMQ router network to send email by simply sending a request to a queue. The JMS clients do not need to have access to a mail server. The Extension Swiftlet only needs to be installed once somewhere within the router network.
Release Notes: The JMS Bridge Extension Swiftlet provides bridging functionality between SwiftMQ and any foreign JMS 1.0.2 compliant systems. The Swiftlet installation may be executed within any router of a router network. The Swiftlet supports the bridging to any number of different foreign JMS systems simultaneously. Within a swiftlet, one can, for example, define bridges to different Weblogic JMS and MQSeries JMS servers simultaneously and so implement a central "JMS Exchange" by a SwiftMQ router.
Release Notes: This version contains the feature Resource Limit Groups, which are assigned to users in a similar manner to Authentication Groups. A Resource Limit Group contains maximum values for resources a client can obtain from a router. Administrators are able to define different Resource Limit Groups, and assign them to users. This avoids resource exhaustion of the router and helps to detect client programming mistakes. There are several other changes, and all known bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This is a scalability release which provides reliable IP multicast for publish/subscribe, support for native select/poll-based I/O, a new Network Swiftlet, a completely new thread pool implementation, cascading (router network spanning) flow control, several performance enhancements, and some minor enhancements in functionality.