Release Notes: This release features mature Oracle and DB2 database replication. Cluster callback tunneling with SSL was added for highly secure inter-company communication. Mac OS X and iPhone client ports were added. Extensive administrative control is available during operation and legal recording of message flow.
Release Notes: This release has gone .NET and supports C#, VB.net, and managed C++ access. This allows seamless communication with other languages and operating systems like C/C++, Java and scripting languages. Further support is for Windows CE (Smartphone, PocketPC, and Mobile), e.g. on ARM / XScale processors.
Release Notes: This release contains a C# client, a blocking request/reply pattern, and many more smaller enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Consuming persistent queues. Database replication: Oracle master to multi slave (Oracle, PostgreSQL, and MSSQL Server) with a Web GUI. Clustering fixes.
Release Notes: A new, sophisticated database replication framework. A new email protocol plugin with many features to tunnel firewalls transparently. A new C# client based on XML-RPC. A Flash XML-RPC client. More JMX control for smooth operation. Fixes for many smaller issues.
Release Notes: Full graphical monitoring and control based on JMX is added.
Release Notes: SSL and zlib:stream support. Many fixes in the C and C++ client library.
Release Notes: The server core received bugfixes and persistent session and persistent subscription support. The client side now features J2ME client support, Tiny applet support, and ActiveX support.
Release Notes: Many new goodies were added, such as a complete C++ access layer, stable access from C, a tiny applet example, a complete XML script access layer, many bugfixes, and much more. XmlBlaster is under development and in production in a huge range of industries like satellite control, air traffic control, telecommunication, radar, car industry, and process monitoring. It has been tested under Linux/Solaris-SPARC/WinXP with JDK (1.2) 1.3-1.5 and g++ 2.9x/3.x, icc 8, MSVisualC++ from 2003, and SunCC compilers.
Release Notes: The new release has many new features like full C++ support (over CORBA), industrial strength persistent/swapping queues, PtP cluster routing, a full text XPath search plugin, and much more.