Congratulations! I'm especially eager to try out the "Data Replication" feature.
While trying to test this new BETA1 I noticed that in both hornetq-2.3.0.BETA1-bin.zip and hornetq-2.3.0.BETA1-bin.tar.gz archives:
- hornetq-2.3.0.BETA1/bin/ seems to miss build.sh / build.bat scripts necessary to create profiles for AS 5 / 6
- hornetq-2.3.0.BETA1/config/jboss-as-6/ build.bat / build.sh and build.xml scripts files are also missing (unlike jboss-as-4, jboss-as-5 folders)
I hope it is the right place to post these observations, let me know otherwise.
2.3.0 is going to be on AS7 only. At least that's te current plan. Either AS7 or standalone.
Ok! But that's too bad. I think being able to upgrade the JMS messaging implementation is all about the benefit of using standards in SOA architecture. This allows for reletively heterogenous softwares to work together.
For instance we could, until now, let legacy applications requiring JBOSS AS 5 seemlessly communicate with cutting edge new applications running on JBOSS AS 7 just by making sure to have the same HornetQ implementations on all sides.
Are there any rationales behind this? I am not aware of JMS spec. version implementation change for 2.3.0 for instance, maybe I overlooked it...
Just maintenability.... and workforce
I will welcome anyone making it work.. and I would even consider making it part of the codebase.
HornetQ is fully embeddable... we could work on the integrations for other application servers including JBoss 5 and 6.
I will probably fork this discussion.. it's a nice discussion but it diverged from the announcement...
This thread would be more to discuss about the announcement itself.. like... the music or video I made
Ok, understood. Thank you for the clarifications, and sorry for the digression from the announcement.
So about the announcement now: First of all it is a very nice quick overview and the music is great
The only thing I missed out upon first view (done quickly without 100% attention but it happens more
often than not) were the bottom lines titles, which are key to the message you want to transmit.
Maybe is it me but when I look quickly at the video I tend to watch the top rather than the bottom of
the screen (looking at the lightning fast typing) and miss out the titles at the bottom which do not stay
on screen very long.
Just my two cents