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From Sathwik B P <sath...@apache.org>
Subject [ANNOUNCE] Apache ODE 1.3.7 Released
Date Fri, 07 Jul 2017 10:53:26 GMT
The Apache ODE team is pleased to announce the release of Apache ODE
1.3.7. It includes 48 bug fixes and improvements.

Apache ODE is a WS-BPEL 1.1/2.0 compliant web services orchestration
engine. It organizes web services calls following a process
description written in the BPEL XML grammar. Another way to describe
it would be a web-service capable workflow engine.

Highlights of this release:
  - Moved to minimum binary compatibility to JDK 6 from JDK 5.
  - ODE server with embedded Apache Tomee.
  - New ODE Management Console based on AngularJS.
  - Upgrade of Axis2, OpenJPA, & Hibernate.
  - Moved to SLF4J logging with Log4j2 as the implementation.
  - Database Migration required from earlier versions.
  - Some major memory leaks have been fixed.
  - Database scripts are now packaged within the distribution archives.
  - Development and Support for JBI based ODE distribution has officially

In addition to these new features, Apache ODE provides the following

* Side-by-side support for both the WS-BPEL 2.0 OASIS standard and the
legacy BPEL4WS 1.1 vendor specification.
* Supports communication layers: Based on Axis2 (Web Services
http transport).
* High level API to the engine that allows you to integrate the core
with virtually any communication layer.
* Hot-deployment of your processes.
* Compiled approach to BPEL that provides detailed analysis and
validation at the command line or at deployment.
* Management interface for processes, instances and messages.
* Process execution based on a high-performance virtual machine.

See the release notes for a full list of improvements and bug fixes:

For more information, check the Apache ODE website:

Apache ODE is an open source project released under a business-friendly
license (Apache License v2.0), as such we welcome all your help and
contributions. To participate and get involved, our mailing lists are
the best resources to start from: http://ode.apache.org/mailing-lists.html

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