Wednesday, Sun announced its
This product is based on the
freebXML Registry project at SourceForge that is implementing
OASIS ebXML Registry
specifications as defined by the
I know it is very late in the summer intern season, but we just got a new
summer intern slot to work in the area of Web Services and RSS/Atom.
If you are interested and have expertise in these areas, please
contact me as soon as possible.
JAXP 1.4 is the next release for JAXP, intended for
JAXP 1.4 is a maintenance release: it provides a few small
spec improvements and fixes but mostly it provides some
utility classes to make it easier to use StAX and JAXP 1.3 together.
The JWSDP community groups a number of inter-related Java projects in the Web Services and XML area at Java.Net.
Pat has filed a JSR to standarize
BeanShell. Ask any lisp (or smalltalk or ... even just plain emacs elisp) developer - interpreters are really really handy to have around, even when you also have a compiler.
I have revamped the JWSDP developer's home page at Java.Net. There has been a lot of new activity in the JWSDP community including new EAs for JAX-RPC 2.0 and JAXB 2.0; the SJSXP and JAXP 1.3 weekly builds, and I piling that on the old page seemed to make things more messy, so I used that excuse for the cleanup.
reports that the binaries for the EA for JAX-RPC 2.0 are out. I'm sure Kohsuke or Sekhar
will have a corresponding blog on JAXB 2.0.
The downloads are off the correspoding Java.Net projects:
Marc and Roberto and the rest of the JAX-RPC 2.0 Expert Group have released the
Early Draft 3
for JAX-RPC 2.0.
I believe that the main reason why Java has been and continues to
be a great platform is its community.