Mojarra 1.2_11 and 2.0.0 Public Review (PR) are now available for download

Just a quick heads up that the Project Mojarra team has pushed two releases to the project site today.

1.2_11 is a minor bug fix release.  2.0.0 PR is our release that is feature complete with respect to the JavaServer Faces 2.0 PR specification

Both releases should be available on the update center for GlassFish V3 Prelude by the end of the day.  For those running JSF on GlassFish V2, please review the release notes for upgrade instructions.

As usual, if you have feed back on potential implementation features or think you've found a bug, please log an issue on our tracker.

Feedback for the 2.0 PR specification should be mailed to jsr-314-comments@jcp.org.

UPDATE (12/22/2008) We're working out a small snag with the two releases on the UpdateCenter.  For now, I'd recommend the manual upgrade steps detailed in the release notes.  As soon as the UC issues are resolved, I'll post another update to this entry.

UPDATE (12/24/2008) We've ironed out the UC repository issues, so 1.2_11 and 2.0.0 PR are now available on the GlassFish V3 Prelude UpdateCenter (just in time for Christmas too!).

Comments:

Great work champs!!

It was a long journey to reach this day

Are you guys planning more releases of PR - JSR, things like State Management and Boorkmarkable URLs seems to be still pending?

Posted by Rahul Mahajan on December 20, 2008 at 09:19 AM PST #

There will be another release early next year that will be feature complete with respect to the proposed final draft version of the specification.

The initial cut of state management will be in there. There is more discussion surrounding bookmarkable URLs, so it's hard to say if it's going to make it in right away.

Posted by Ryan Lubke on December 24, 2008 at 08:01 AM PST #

Hi Ryan. I just looked at the repositories using both the GFv3Prelude Admin Console and the UpdateTool and I don't see the JSF releases. Can you confirm it is actually there and that you can see it? If so, what platform are you on? I'm on a MacOS X (10.5.6).

- eduard/o

Posted by Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart on January 04, 2009 at 11:27 AM PST #

great job

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