Wednesday, March 11, 2009

jBPM 3.2.6 is out!

Delivering on our two-month timeboxed releases, I am pleased to announce jBPM 3.2.6, available for download at the usual place. This new version delivers many bug fixes (27) and updates (22) back to the community that took the time to report them.

Here is a scoop of the issues resolved over this cycle.
  • Continous integration with PostgreSQL
  • Serializable values in process variables
  • Prevention and handling of optimistic locking exceptions
  • API to query failed jobs
  • Basic performance evaluation
  • Compatibility with database schema from version 3.2.2
Bernd Ruecker of Camunda GmbH deserves a special mention for his contributions to this release. Thanks!

I hope you enjoy using this release as much as our team did producing it. Either that, or at least not spend any night on stabilization, as I did :-)

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