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SpringSource Enterprise Commercially Available

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Developing Rich Web Applications with Spring

I am pleased to announce that Developing Rich Web Applications with Spring, a three-day bootcamp lead by SpringSource engineers on web application development, is now available.  This intense, hands-on workshop teaches how to apply the latest versions of Spring Web MVC, Spring Web Flow, Spring JavaScript, and Spring Faces to create rich web applications.  It compliments our flagship “Core Spring” course by focusing squarely on using Spring to solve problems facing Java web application developers.

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Spring Batch 1.1.0 Released

Dear Spring community,
We are pleased to announce that Spring Batch 1.1.0.RELEASE has been released!

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The main change from 1.0 is the addition of shared persistent state between steps in a job (the JobExecution has its own ExecutionContext). This means there is a schema change in the meta-data tables, so any existing 1.0 jobs running in parallel with the new version will have to use a different database schema. There is an upgrade script for users who want to migrate all there 1.0 data and processes to 1.1.

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Using EclipseLink on the SpringSource Application Platform

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This week the EclipseLink team announced the release of EclipseLink 1.0. I’ve been using EclipseLink on S2AP for a while now; in fact, I used EclipseLink when developing our JPA load-time-weaving support.



We’ve yet to upgrade our internal usage to 1.0 - our beta9 was tagged just before the announcement - but I wanted to demonstrate how effectively the pairing works in an OSGi environment.




In the 1.2.0 version of the S2AP Petclinic sample, we released the EclipseLink implementation of the Clinic back-end. The back-end is a drop-in replacement for the JDBC back-end that was previously the only option.

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