2 Replies Latest reply on May 14, 2003 4:17 PM by Viet

    release

    Viet Master

      I plan to do :

      jboss + hsqldb + nukes-hsqldb : it's done

      nukes-mysqldb + installer : the installer comes as a .war archive.
      the user deploy it in jboss and runs its through its browser. then he undeploys it and then deploys nukes.

      what do you think, any other ideas ? some have downkloaded the bundled version and tested it : http://www.jboss.org/nukes/jboss-3.2.0RC4-nukes.zip

      julien

        • 1. Re: release
          Matt Smith Newbie

          > I plan to do :
          >
          > jboss + hsqldb + nukes-hsqldb : it's done
          >
          > nukes-mysqldb + installer : the installer comes as a
          > .war archive.
          > the user deploy it in jboss and runs its through its
          > browser. then he undeploys it and then deploys
          > nukes.
          sounds good
          >
          > what do you think, any other ideas ? some have
          > downkloaded the bundled version and tested it :
          > http://www.jboss.org/nukes/jboss-3.2.0RC4-nukes.zip
          >
          Is nukes going to be able to run on 3.2.1 when you release it?

          tx

          Matt

          • 2. Re: release
            Viet Master

            I'd like, maybe. you need 3.2.1 particulary ? there is nothing that really justify it, maybe except postgres entity command that is bundled in 3.2.1. Ah yes, there is something important actually. 2 bugs I've corrected : one in deployment scanner, the other in UCL classloaders notifications that is important for the mbean persistence.

            julien