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  •  20 Feb 2013 17:56

Release Notes: This release candidate fixes minor bugs and prepares for the final release.

  •  16 Sep 2009 12:46

Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It fixes a bug where too many open sockets were created. Some libraries have also been updated.

  •  11 Dec 2008 18:52

Release Notes: This release is a minor released with bugfixes and updated documentation.

  •  23 Oct 2008 23:36

Release Notes: Unit tests, the release process, and BeanUtils have been fixed.

  •  02 Apr 2007 13:02

Release Notes: Incorrect decoding of international characters, a missing CSS file for specdocs, and failure when no error codes are defined have been fixed.

  •  01 Feb 2007 07:08

Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. There are no major bugs. Bugfixes were made to the XINS front-end framework, the generation of the WSDL from the API, and some of the new target tools.

Release Notes: This release includes some minor bug fixes over the 1.5.0 version. The execution environment is now kept between test forms. Some of the deprecated methods were removed.

Release Notes: This release improves the compatibility with Java 1.3. The internal Servlet container is more compliant with the HTTP standard. Several bugs have been fixed.

  •  18 Jul 2006 02:50

Release Notes: Five small bugs were fixed. One minor incompatibility was introduced: generated data elements on the server side are now public classes, instead of package-private.

  •  22 May 2006 04:39

Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. Starting the API no longer freezes if no runtime properties file is specified. Functional error codes are logged at the INFO level even if several CAPI jar files are in the classpath. The copy-nb-files target used to copy NetBeans files for existing projects now works.

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