Greg Wilkins | 3 Oct 03:57 2007

Webtide Jetty Update: Oct


__Webtide has produced one of the first Ajax/Comet benchmarks.

http://blogs.webtide.com:80/gregw/2007/07/22/1185066100352.html

The workloads are designed to reflect real world situations, with  
large numbers of concurrent users, large numbers of connections with  
high activity, and real work performed on each message.  The outcome  
shows great scaling on minimal commodity hardware (to drive home the  
point, a Mac Mini, even!).  Consider these methods for the  
infrastructure in your upcoming rich internet application projects.

__Bayeux Protocol 1.0 due November 1, demo available now.

Bayeux: http://svn.xantus.org/shortbus/trunk/bayeux/bayeux.html
Cometd: http://www.cometd.com/
Webtide Demo from AjaxWorld: http://www.webtide.com/sessionRater/

Bayeux as implemented in Cometd is for bi-directional Ajax.   
Essentially your applications can have a message bus over HTTP  
through port 80 allowing highly scalable event based and server push  
based applications.  By putting communications into channels, Cometd  
can also handle items such as browsers' 2 connection limits and some  
good security options are available.  Consider enhancing your  
applications with this open source package.  Webtide authored the  
Java reference implementation.

__Jetty powering more than 200,000 domains.

http://survey.netcraft.com/Reports/200708/byserver/Jetty/index.html
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Greg Wilkins | 4 Oct 14:42 2007

Release Candidate 6.1.6rc0


Jetty release candidate 6.1.6rc0 is now available via
http://jetty.mortbay.org

This release contains a number of minor fixes and many
refinements and improvements:

jetty-6.1.6rc0 - 3 October 2007
 + Added jetty.lib system property to start.config
 + AJP13 Fix on chunked post
 + Fix cached header optimization for extra characters
 + SetUID option to support setgid
 + Make mx4j used only if runtime uses jdk<1.5
 + Moved Grizzly to contrib
 + Give deployment file Scanner threads a unique name
 + Fix Host header for async client
 + Fix typo in async client onResponsetHeader method name
 + Tweak OSGi manifests to remove unneeded imports
 + Allow scan interval to be set after Scanner started
 + Add jetty.host system property
 + Allow properties files on the XmlConfiguration command line.
 + Prevent infinite loop on stopping with temp dir
 + Ensure session is completed only when leaving context.
 + Update terracotta to 2.4.1 and exclude ssl classes
 + Update jasper2.1 to tag SJSAS-9_1-B58C-FCS-22_Aug_2007
 + Removal of unneeded dependencies from management, maven-plugin,
naming &  plus poms
 + Adding setUsername,setGroupname to setuid and mavenizing native build
 + UTF-8 for bayeux client
 + Added protection for response splitting with bad headers.
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David Yu | 17 Oct 08:40 2007

Hightide 6.1H.6rc0

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Hightide 6.1H.6rc0
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Hightide is an open source, versioned and optimized distribution of
Jetty providing a comprehensive toolset for the development of scalable,
state-of-the-art web 2.0 applications.

Release 6.1H.6rc0 of Hightide is ready for download from:

http://www.webtide.com/downloads.jsp

This release upgrades:

+ jetty to version 6.1.6rc0
+ atomikos to version 3.2.0
+ derby to version 10.3.1.4
+ dependency on joda-time removed

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