GlassFish 3.1.2 (Final) is here!

After five release candidates, fixing hundreds of bug, and implementing some neat new features we're happy to report that GlassFish 3.1.2 has now officially shipped !

This is a highly-compatible release with previous GlassFish 3.x releases and as such is recommended for any current GlassFish user and more generally to anyone looking at a production-ready, fully-supported, and developer-friendly Java EE 6 server.

3.1.2 Download

Bug fixing, compatibility : hundreds of bugs were fixed in GlassFish itself and hundreds more by the integration of more recent versions of its components (mojarra, weld, grizzly, jersey, etc...)

New Features : improved admin console (startup time, CLI parity, RFEs, ...), DCOM as an alternative to remote node SSH admin on Windows platforms, non-multicast Clustering/GMS, WebSocket support and more...

You can download the bits from the usual glassfish.org page, or from OTN in the form of Oracle GlassFish Server (the supported version). Note also that the Java EE 6 SDK has been refreshed to Update 4 to reflect the integration of this 3.1.2 version of GlassFish.

We'll report on the blogs, podcasts and screencasts from the engineers and the community as they arrive. In the meantime, get your copy!

Comments:

hey guys, that's great, but, it appears that

http://java.net/jira/browse/GLASSFISH-18444

is a showstopper for multiple apps, and has now been confirmed that Liferay is among them.

any chance of fixing it and spinning out 3.1.3 ?

Posted by Peter Belbin on March 06, 2012 at 02:38 PM PST #

Thank you very much for providing the fix for GLASSFISH-18444.

Even though there is no sign of a 3.1.3 being spun out that I've seen, the fix does work for me.

Best Regards!

Posted by Peter Belbin on March 26, 2012 at 07:13 AM PDT #

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