0 Replies Latest reply on Apr 5, 2010 11:18 PM by Randall Hauch

    ModeShape 1.1 adds JCR versioning, WebDAV server, JCR connector and more!

    Randall Hauch Master

      Copied from the blog post announcing the release.

       

      ModeShape 1.1 has arrived a mere one month after the prior release, and it brings some fantastic improvements:

      • support for JCR versioning
      • a new WebDAV server module
      • a new connector to other JCR repositories
      • improved import from JCR System and Document Views
      • almost 2 dozen other fixes and improvements

       

      ModeShape now supports all the JCR 1.0 Level 1 and Level 2 features, plus the optional locking, versioning, and observation features. ModeShape also supports the required XPath query language, a simple search language, and the new JCR-SQL2 query language. ModeShape integrates with JAAS and web application security, or you can easily integrate it with other systems. ModeShape can use a variety of back-ends to store information (RDBMSes, Infinispandata grid, memory, JBoss Cache, JCR repositories), can access content in multiple systems (file systems, SVN repositories, JDBC metadata), can federate multiple stores and systems into a single JCR repository, or can access other systems using custom connectors. ModeShape is also able to automatically extract and store useful content from files you upload into the repository using its library of sequencers, making that information much more accessible and searchable than if it remains locked up inside the stored files. And ModeShape provides WebDAV and RESTful serversto allow various clients to access the content.

       

      All the ModeShape 1.1.0.Final artifacts are in the JBoss Maven repository and on the project’sdownloads page. The detailed list of the changes are in the release notes.

       

      Congratulations to the fantastic ModeShape community - users and committers. You guys rock!