Thursday Mar 01, 2012

Metro 2.2, JAXB 2.2.5, JAX-WS 2.2.6 Released!

I'm happy to announce we released Metro 2.2, including the JAXB 2.2.5 and JAX-WS 2.2.6 releases:
Metro: http://metro.java.net/2.2/
JAX-WS: http://jax-ws.java.net/2.2.6/
JAXB: http://jaxb.java.net/2.2.5/


The Metro 2.2 is aligned and integrated with GlassFish 3.1.2 release. Some feature highlights:


  • large number of bugfixes going into all codelines

  • including better alignment with Weblogic stack in JAX-WS area

  • both JAXB and JAX-WS apt tool usage (long time deprecated in JDK) has been replaced with JSR 269 Pluggable Annotation Processing API allowing JDK8 integration and removal of com.sun.mirror implementation from JDK

  • new Modular Databinding layer has been added to JAX-WS and exposed in Metro as well, which allows users to use e.g. Moxy JAXB implementation instead of the default JAXB RI for web service invocations

  • the JAX-WS Maven plugins have been updated to allow working with latest JAX-WS releases and enhanced with lots of new capabilities

  • documentation for all 3 components has been updated to docbook format which allowed the release documentation be present also in single HTML view and PDF formats

Tuesday Jul 15, 2008

Grails and web service development with Metro - little update

I've seen several comments where people had issues using the Metro plugin for Grails framework. I fixed the problems and updated installation instructions a bit, so if you use the latest plugin release (1.0.1), you shall be fine. I also updated the plugin to comply with Grails 1.0.3. Check it out at:
https://jax-ws-commons.dev.java.net/grails/

Thursday Jun 12, 2008

Metro features with NetBeans

With Geertjan's help, my article about Metro use in NetBeans has been published to NetBeans Zone. Enjoy! And vote for it if you like it ;O)

Wednesday Jun 04, 2008

New features in Metro 1.3 with NetBeans 6.1

Couple of people asked about availability of the new features I described earlier. The bits there point to NetBeans 6.5 builds. Question is whether you can use the same bits for NetBeans 6.1?
Unfortunately the answer so far is no, it is not possible. However, come here for updates.

I've tried to keep the bits the same, but there has been a change in classpath apis which didn't allow me to produce the same artefacts for both 6.5 and 6.1 builds. There's also a WS server api redesign planned for 6.5. So, I'll try to provide the build, but we'll see.

Tuesday Jun 03, 2008

Signing/Encrypting message attachments

Ashutosh reminded me of a feature which was not supported yet by NetBeans. It's the ability to sign and encrypt message attachments. This is connected to the message level specific settings.

For each operation, or better say for each message of your web service, you have an option to select whether the whole message body shall be encrypted, or signed, or both. If you don't want to process the whole body, and want to sign & encrypt only specific credit card information field to improve performance significantly, you may specify such configuration as well.

The new feature now enables you to configure the same for message attachments. You may choose to sign and/or encrypt message attachments. Just click "Add Attachments" button and then check checkboxes in respective columns:

The security policy generated from such configuration looks like this:

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