We are pleased to announce that the release candidate for the 1.5 release (
1.5.0.RC1) is now available.
New features and improvements in this release include:
The high availability queue support has been enhanced in that you can configure a listener container to connect to the broker that is currently the master for the container’s queue. If the connection is lost, the new master is determined and a connection to that broker is established.
It is now possible to use the the
RabbitTemplate to receive ad-hoc messages. Previously, only a non-blocking
receive() was available.
It is now possible to configure the
RabbitTemplate to throw an exception while waiting for a reply if a message is returned by the broker.
MessageListenerAdapter can be configured to invoke different methods, based on the queue the message was received from.
As a reminder, the following new features were previously announced when milestone 1 was released:
- Auto-Declare Queues and Bindings for
- Configurable Exchange/Routing Key for Replies
- RabbitManagementTemplate REST abstraction
Please try out these new features and improvements; it is your last chance for feedback before the final release planned for early September, just in time for SpringOne.
Book your place at SpringOne2GX in Washington, DC soon. It’s simply the best opportunity to find out first hand all that’s going on and to provide direct feedback.