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Resin 3.0 is coming

 
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The current version of Resin has JSP, Servlets, XSLT, EJB 2.0 (CMP/CMR, MDB) and much more.
Resin 3.0


New specs:
JSP 2.0
Servlet 2.4
JAAS
EJB 2.1 (this and the following only in Resin-ee)
JCA [latest]
JMS [latest]

Lots of internal reworking, mainly to convert to a JMX style. This is
somewhat vague since I'm not entirely sure what it's going to look like.

java.nio - the main benefit is allowing more keepalive connections

P2P - basically, the Srun protocol is going to change slightly to use
Hessian Mux, so Resin will automatically have a P2P protocol available.
This will be used for JMX monitoring of distributed servers.

embedded - Mostly, this is a consequence of redesigning the core, but
should make support in IDEs, etc smoother.

ant-style auto-compile - this is a generalization of the current
automatic compilation.

3.0 is coming out in chunks; there won't be a monolithic 3.0.0 release.
3.0.0, for example, will just have the JSP 2.0 implementation (which
includes a major redesign of the JSP code, and should include the
ability to use JSP pages in any context, like a JspFragment. It should
also make it easier to create JSP pages dynamically, like XTP does.)

 
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I'm really looking forward to this. I don't currently use any of the Resin-EJB functionality seriously but the core servlet/JSP engine just keeps getting better.
 
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Okay Dokey.... If you ever decide you do want to get started with Resin EJB. I wrote a tutorial on XDoclet, CMP CMR and Resin EE development (listed in my sig). I've got a lot of positive feedback on the tutorial. It is easy to get started.
Also, Caucho has plenty of online tutorial on how to everything you can think of with Resin.
It is one of the easiest app servers to get started with.... very intuitive.
 
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