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CUBA 3.0.1 available

Well - every major release needs some fine tuning. Here ist is :-)

Posted by Jan Lessner 2008-06-27

CUBA 3.0.0 released

The CUBA team ist proud to present version 3.0 of the toolkit which adds JPA support and a new webservice mode for turning your servlet engine into the world's smallest application server.

Posted by Jan Lessner 2008-03-16

CUBA 2.3.0 released

This is the first release with native EJB 3 support. The concept of method interceptors has slightly been modified to be fully compliant to the final EJB 3 specification.

Posted by Jan Lessner 2007-09-07

CUBA 2.2.0 released

Main improvements are the support for stateful component synchronization and the support for AXIS 1.4. Work for supporting the new Java Transaction API is still in progress. Things look very good so far but we must think over how to design CUBA in a way that we still have only one source base for both Java 5 and 1.4. That's a bit tricky.

Posted by Jan Lessner 2006-11-14

CUBA 2.1.1 released

Only a few minor improvements this time. See CUBA-History.html vor Details. Since the Glassfish application server has been released, we are looking forward for "native" EJB 3.0 support.

Posted by Jan Lessner 2006-08-05

CUBA 2.1.0 released

This is only a minor bugfix release. However, there is a slight difference in the naming conventions for generated adapters, so it takes to regenerate adapters when moving to CUBA 2.1.0. That's what we increased the minor version number for :-)

Posted by Jan Lessner 2006-05-08

CUBA @ JAX/EAKon 2006

Hear about CUBA in system familiy development at arvato direct services. Wiesbaden, 11. May, Session SAR31, http://www.jax.de/konferenzen/psecom,id,480,track,15,nodeid,,_language,de.html#session-sar31

Posted by Jan Lessner 2006-05-08

CUBA 2.0.0 released

The first version of CUBA 2 has been released. The API is now equivalent to the EJB 3 specification and on the other side almost fully downwards compatible with CUBA 1. Since this release, there are two different packages available. The complete framework suitable for Java 5 and a subset for use with JDK 1.4. CUBA components can still be generated as 2.1 EJBs so the framework also provides a smooth migration path from EJB 2.1 to EJB 3.

Posted by Jan Lessner 2006-02-25

CUBA 2 is on its way

CUBA 2 for EJB 3 will probably be released beginning of february. The core implementation work is already finished and documentation is going to be updated the next weeks. We are looking out now for volunteers for beta testing.

Posted by Jan Lessner 2006-01-22

CUBA version 1.2.3 released

There are only a very few changes in this release. Most important (allthough almost unvisible for users) is the lazy initialization of component implementation classes, which is a preparation for CUBA 2, supporting EJB 3. The changes will cause the generated code and descriptors to by fully compatible between CUBA 1 and CUBA 2.

Posted by Jan Lessner 2005-10-18

CUBA version 1.2.0 released

This release adds a JUnit test suite and a few minor improvements. The main difference is the CMT behaviour in unspecified transaction states which was adapted to the EJB specifications. However, we hope you never write to databases outside transactions ;-)

Posted by Jan Lessner 2005-03-11

Version 1.1.0 released

This release includes an important bugfix for SF request id 1112325, concerning the consideration of Java Errors in CMTs. All other changes are minor improvements.

Posted by Jan Lessner 2005-02-14

Version 1.0.2 released

This is a bugfix release with several important little detail improvements. Users of CUBA 1.0.0 are strongly encouraged to move to this new release. It is fully compatible with 1.0.0.

Posted by Jan Lessner 2004-11-18

Version 1.0.0 released

This is the very first OpenSource release of the CUBA framework. Former versions have been released under a restricted licence agreement with the name "Component Framework" (CFW). This 1.0.0 is the baseline for the OpenSource life of this software.

Posted by Jan Lessner 2004-06-29

1. Release planned for end of June

The first open source release for CUBA (which is actually a version 2 of the framework) ist planned for end of June 2004. There is still some ongoing documentation work to be completed. A beta version is already available on request.

Posted by Jan Lessner 2004-05-14