JSR updates - June 2013

Last week, Oracle and Java Community Process members announced the launch of Java Enterprise Edition 7 (Java EE 7).  The fourteen new JSRs had published their Final Releases previously as announced in an earlier blog entry.  You can view the Java EE 7 launch event on-demand, or the GlassFish YouTube channel; the May/June issue of Java Magazine has a Java EE 7 theme with interviews and contributed articles from myriad JCP Members, Executive Committee Members, Spec Leads, Expert Group Members, and Adopt-a-JSR participants; see twitter link for list.  You can also listen to Java Spotlight podcast interviews with fifteen of the Java EE JSR Spec Leads.  Or catch up on the Java EE media coverage using the list provided by the Aquarium. 

In the last week, there were ten Java EE related JSRs that published their Maintenance Releases--see below for list and links.

  • JSR 322, Java EE Connector Architecture 1.6, published a Maintenance Release.
  • JSR 919, JavaMail, published a Maintenance Release.
  • JSR 109, Implementing Enterprise Web Services, published a Maintenance Release.
  • JSR 115, Java Authorization Contract for Containers, published a Maintenance Release.
  • JSR 245, JavaServer Pages 2.1, published a Maintenance Release.
  • JSR 196, Java Authentication Service Provider Interface for Containers, published a Maintenance Release.
  • JSR 250, Common Annotations for the Java Platform, published a Maintenance Release.
  • JSR 907 , Java Transaction API (JTA), published a Maintenance Release.
  • JSR 318, Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1, published a Maintenance Release.
  • JSR 181, Web Services Metadata for the Java Platform, published a Maintenance Release.

JSR 206, Java API for XML Processing (JAXP) 1.3, published a Maintenance Review; this review closes 15 July 2013.

In addition, JSR 333, Content Repository API for Java Technology 2.1, published its Public Review; this review is open until 8 July 2013.  The EC ballot will be open 2-8 July 2013 (since this is a JCP version 2.7 JSR, the ballot happens while the review is still open and it is a seven day ballot). 

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