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GlassFish V2 Milestone 4 Highlights

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  • General
  • Web Services
    • Completing WSIT (a.k.a., "Project Tango") support for interoperability with MS Windows Communication Foundation.
    • Performance Improvements on JAXB, StAX, JAX-WS and WSIT (stay tuned for blogs)
    • TCP/IP Transport (here)
    • Server-side Stack traces for JAX-WS (here)
    • Support for JAXB 2.1 (final spec - here)
    • Support for JAX-WS 2.1 (almost final), including new extensibility points and initial Spring support.
    • Improved experience under JDK6 (here)
  • Clustering
    • Shoal now being used (here)
  • Web Tier
    • Grizzly now support Comet processing (here and here). Comet is a programming technique that enables web servers to send data to the client without the client needing to request it.
    • Improved Virtual Server (Host) support (here and here)
    • Greater flexibility in configuring your web application's class path (here)
    • Supports for Eclipse's JDT Compiler (here)
    • JSP compilation with JSR 199 (here)
    • Apache AJP official support (here, here and here)
    • Extending the Web Container (here)
    • JRuby On Rail supports via Grizzly (here)
    • WebDAV and CGI support (here and here)
    • HTTP Compression support (here)
    • SSL support now use NIO non blocking (here)
    • Port Unification (here and here)
    • New Support for Virtual Directory Mappings (here)
    • (near) Zero (re-)Deployment Time for JSF (here)
    • JSF RI Performance/Scalability (here) and resource injection (here)
  • Admin Console
    • Completely re-implemented console using (JSFTemplating) technology
    • Load Balancer Configuration
    • Breadcrumbs for every page
    • Navigation Tree refresh with latest changes
  • Bug Fixes

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