The second release candidate of jSLP, the pure Java implementation of the Service Location Protocol (RCF 2608) is out.
jSLP, the pure java implementation of the SLP protocol (RFC 2608) has released the first candidate for the stable version. It includes a completely redesigned and much faster message handling and has improved handling of UDP overflow messages, etc.
jSLP, the pure Java SLP (Service Location Protocol, RFC 2608) implementation has released the new 0.7.1 version of jSLP and jSLP-OSGi.
The 0.7.0 version of jSLP-OSGi, the pure Java implementation of RFC 2608, the Service Location Protocol (SLP), for OSGi frameworks has been released. The new version reflects the current codebase of jSLP and is now capable to run multiple instances on the same machine as well as making use of an existing slpd daemon.
The 0.7.0 version of jSLP, the pure Java implementation of RFC 2608, the Service Location Protocol (SLP) has been released. The new version contains the following improvements:
- fixed bug #1625887 (service transport null)
- switched to a new and highly optimized RFC 1960 filter implementation, redesigned as part of Concierge OSGi.
- added the new feature (outside of RFC 2608) to specify an access protocol with the service registration.
- improved the test cases to provide better coverage.
- fixed some minor issues.... read more
jSLP 0.6.3 includes some minor fixes and one major issue. Until now, there was a problem with stale sockets when running in multicast convergence mode.
jSLP-OSGi 0.5.9 introduces the major improvements of the jSLP 0.6.x branch. The socket issue is also fixed.
A new version of jSLP, the pure Java Service Location Protocol implementation, has been released.
It fixes a bug occurring when many replies arrive in response to a multicast request. Thanks to Richard Reid for reporting bug #1518729 and proposing the fix.
A complete redesign of jSLP - the Java Service Location Protocol implementation - has been released.
jSLP 0.6.0 features support for running jSLP on multiple VMs on the same machine. More modularity and decoupling of the SLP agents allow to build custom distributions featuring only SA or UA functionalities. Please have a look at the <a href="http://jslp.sourceforge.net">project homepage</a> for more details.
Please note that the new release of jSLP is no longer in the CVS, the project has been moved to subversion.
A new version of jSLP, the pure Java SLP implementation, has been released.
It fixes some minor bugs.
the current release of jSLP improves interoperability with OpenSLP in DA and unmanaged mode.
jSLP, the pure java SLP implementation version 0.5.1 has been released. It is available as standalone library and OSGi bundle.
The new release of jSLP, the pure Java Service Location Protocol implementation is now PersonalJava compliant.
jSLP 0.4.5 is an update release of the Java SLP implementation. It provides better support for machines with multiple network interfaces and contains some bug fixes.
jSLP has released the first version of the Java SLP implementation. It is available as standalone library and OSGi bundle and provides full SLP Service Agent (SA) and SLP User Agent (UA) support without requiring the installation of a slpd daemon.