ModeShape

An open-source, federated content repository

ModeShape 2.6.0.Beta2 is available!

The ModeShape team is happy to announce the second beta release for ModeShape 2.6. The release artifacts are available in the JBoss Maven repository (see our Maven instructions) and on our downloads page. We’ve updated our Reference GuideGetting Started Guide, and JavaDoc.

Combined with the first beta, 2.6.0.Beta2 includes a number of new features, improvements, and bug fixes compared with 2.5.0.Final:

  • kits for JBoss Application Server 5.x and 6.x
  • improved overall performance
  • new disk-based storage connector
  • added cache support in several connectors
  • pluggable authentication and authorization
  • the JPA connector now support configuring/using Hibernate 2nd-level cache
  • improved BINARY property support for large files
  • automatically use the JDK logger if SLF4J binding is not available
  • upgraded to Infinispan 4.2.1.Final
  • faster startup of the ModeShape engine
  • full support in the file system connector for ‘mix:referenceable’ and REFERENCE properties
  • over two dozen bug fixes
Give ModeShape 2.6.0.Beta2 a try, and let us know if you have any problems. But don’t wait too long, because we hope to wrap up the outstanding issues and release the Final version within a few weeks.
Once again, the ModeShape community has done a great job. Thanks to you all!
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ModeShape is

a lightweight, fast, pluggable, open-source JCR repository that federates and unifies content from multiple systems, including files systems, databases, data grids, other repositories, etc.

Use the JCR API to access the information you already have, or use it like a conventional JCR system (just with more ways to persist your content).

ModeShape used to be 'JBoss DNA'. It's the same project, same community, same license, and same software.

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