Spring Batch 5.0 RC1 is out!

Releases | Mahmoud Ben Hassine | October 20, 2022 | ...

It is finally here! The first release candidate of Spring Batch 5 is now available from our milestone repository. In this release, we worked on the following items:

  • Execution context Meta-data improvement
  • GemFire support removal

This blog post walks through these two changes in details. For the complete list of changes, please check the release notes.

Execution context Meta-data improvement

In addition to what Spring Batch already persists in the execution context with regard to runtime information (like the step type, the restart flag, etc), this release adds an important detail in the…

This Week in Spring - October 18th, 2022

Engineering | Josh Long | October 18, 2022 | ...

Hi, Spring fans! How're you doin'? I'm doin' alright! Last week I was in Antwerp, Belgium, for the amazing Devoxx BE show. I did a presentation with my friend and hero James Ward on Spring and Kotlin (that was voted third most-liked talk at a show with more than 250 speakers!) That was a personal career highlight for me - it's not often you get to win and have fun in life. And, as if that wasn't awesome enough, this week I am in Las Vegas, NV, for JavaOne! Fingers crossed, this week will go smoothly, too! Both Devoxx and JavaOne are the first such shows since at least before the pandemic. It's…

Spring Web Services 4.0.0-RC1 is out!

Releases | Greg L. Turnquist | October 18, 2022 | ...

Greetings Spring community,

The Spring Web Services team has released 4.0.0-RC1. This is the last planned release candidate that supports Spring Boot 3.0. The final GA release is coming next month in anticipation of Spring Boot 3.0 going GA.

4.0.x is the generation of Spring Web Services that works with Jakarta EE 9, the version where the enterprise specs (JAX-WS, etc.) migrate from javax. to jakarta.. See Juergen Holler’s blog post for more details about that.

Being based upon Spring Framework 6.0, this is also the generation of Spring Web Services that is rebased on top of Java 17 (LTS). So…

Spring for GraphQL 1.1.0-RC1 released

Releases | Brian Clozel | October 18, 2022 | ...

I'm pleased to announce that the first release candidate of Spring for GraphQL 1.1.0 is now available from our Milestone repository. This version will be shipped with Spring Boot 3.0.0-RC1 due for release later this week.

This release candidate is the last stop for shipping new features; from that point, we'll be focusing on bug fixes and documentation improvements. Our goal is to stabilize the current branch for our GA release scheduled next month.

With RC1, we're shipping our new Observability support in Spring for GraphQL. Based on the new Micrometer Observation work, this infrastructure replaces the former GraphQL Metrics support in Spring Boot 2.7. GraphQL is a good use case for Observability in general, as the GraphQL engine can distribute the data fetching operations over caches, databases, REST APIs and more. It's important not only to keep track of performance metrics for your GraphQL API, but also to…

Spring Data 2022.0.0-RC1, 2021.2.5, and 2021.1.8 available

Releases | Mark Paluch | October 17, 2022 | ...

Dear Spring community,

On behalf of the Spring Data team and everyone who contributed, it is my pleasure to announce that Spring Data 2022.0.0 has entered its release candidate phase by releasing RC1 today. It is available from the milestone repository. This release ships with several tickets fixed. Along with the release candidate, we shipped 2021.2.5 and 2021.1.8 service releases, to be picked up by corresponding Spring Boot releases.

The release candidate ships with a revised module structure, specifically Spring Data for Apache Geode is no longer part of the release train. Expect a blog…

Spring at JavaOne 2022

Engineering | Josh Long | October 16, 2022 | ...

Hi, Spring fans! It's Sunday the 16th of October as I write this and I'm winging my way to sunny Las Vegas, Nevada, where I'll be attending (and presenting at) the first JavaOne show in years! It didn't exist as the JavaOne we know and love for years, even before the pandemic interrupted life as we know it worldwide. So this isn't just the first JavaOne since 2019, it's the first JavaOne since 2017! I can't wait to be there, to see the amazing community, to soak up the sun and fun with my teammates and friends in the ecosystem. And we want to see you, too.

There are a few of us doing talks…

Learn more about Spring Framework 6 and Spring Boot 3 in these two great talks from Devoxx 2022

Engineering | Josh Long | October 15, 2022 | ...

Hi, Spring fans! I was just at Devoxx in Belgium, where hundreds of experts from across the Java ecosystem converged for the first time since 2019 to deliver their biggest and best.

I could do a proper trip report, but I really just came here to point you to two talks from two of my amazing teammates, Stéphane Nicoll (@snicoll) and Brian Clozel (@bclozel), who have been very hard at work on both Spring Framework 6 and Spring Boot 3, both of which will land by the end of November, 2022. These are brand new generations of the framework, implying huge new paradigms and new opportunities for…

Spring Batch 5.0.0-M8 is out!

Releases | Mahmoud Ben Hassine | October 13, 2022 | ...

On behalf of the team and all contributors, I am pleased to announce that Spring Batch 5.0.0-M8 is now available from our milestone repository.

In this milestone, we introduced two main changes:

  • New default execution context serialization format
  • SystemCommandTasklet enhancements

This blog post walks through these two major changes in details. For the complete list of changes, please check the release notes.

New default execution context serialization format

In this milestone release, the DefaultExecutionContextSerializer was updated to serialize/deserialize the context to/from Base64.

Moreover, the default ExecutionContextSerializer configured by @EnableBatchProcessing or DefaultBatchConfiguration was changed from JacksonExecutionContextStringSerializer to DefaultExecutionContextSerializer. The dependency to Jackson was made optional. In order to use the JacksonExecutionContextStringSerializer, jackson-core

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