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[xmlblaster] ANNOUNCE xmlBlaster release 1.0.7 *stable*


xmlBlaster version 1.0.7 *stable* is out.

This is release 1.0 with some  additional  patches, for details
please check the CHANGES file.

After four years of development xmlBlaster is a rock-solid foundation for industrial strength applications. Many small to huge companies rely on the silently running xmlBlaster in the heart of their daily business demands.

XmlBlaster is under development or productive in a huge range of industries like satellite control, air traffic control telecommunication, radar, car industry, process monitoring etc.

This release is backward compatible to the previous regarding the client server communication protocols. It contains some bug fixes and XML and applet extensions.

It  is  tested under Linux/Solaris-SPARC/FreeBSD/WinXP with JDK
(1.2)1.3-1.5 and g++ 2.9x/3.x/4.x, icc 8.x and 9.x, MSVisualC++
from 2003, MSVisualC++ 2005 beta2, SunCC compilers. There is no
reason  why other platforms/compilers should not work, just try

Persistence  is  checked  against  Oracle 9i and 10g, different
Postgres  versions,  MS-SQLServer  2000  and 2005, Firebird and

It  is  leak  checked  in  RAM  and  on  persistence  store for

*This is the last release supporting JDK 1.3*

See http://www.xmlblaster.org/xmlBlaster/CHANGES http://www.xmlblaster.org/xmlBlaster/RELEASE_NOTES


the xmlBlaster maintainers


Please comment out the following lines in your old
xmlBlaster.properties as shown
# JAXP parsers. Currently only crimson is actually possible to use.

Or use the new xmlBlaster/config/xmlBlaster.properties.template