jUDDI Version 3.2.0 ReleasedToday we released jUDDI version 3.2.0! This version marks the first jUDDI release with a full featured console. Suddenly jUDDI has become much easier to use. This release resolved a incredible 206(!) jiras, as you can see in the Release Notes.
What new in version 3.2?
- A new end user interface based on Twitter’s Bootstrap
- A new administrative user interface based on Twitter’s Bootstrap with in browser monitoring
- A client side subscription callback API
- Client distribution package
- Many more examples
- WADL to UDDI mappings
- All credentials are now encryptable with command line tools
- Removal of the portlet services
- Deployment templates for JBoss EAP 6+
- Client side digital signature support
- REST style interface for Inquiry API
- Added many more tModels to the base install
- More documentation
Admin and jUDDI GUI Web based consolesThis is the first release that features a the juddi-gui. A screen capture of the juddi-gui Service Editor is shown in Figure 1. A demo cloud instance is running at http://uddiconsole-jbossoverlord.rhcloud.com if you want to try it out.
|Figure 1. Screen capture of the juddi-gui Service Editor.|
|Figure 2. High Level Application Diagram showing the jUDDI server as well as the admin console and juddi-gui.|
|Figure 3. jUDDI architecture showing the plugable components.|
Getting Started:Either try out the demo cloud instance, simply download the distribution from http://juddi.apache.org/releases.html, and start the preconfigured tomcat with the UDDI server and GUI; all you have to do is unzip, start tomcat and in your browser navigate to http://localhost:8080/juddiv3.
- Then follow the Getting Started Chapter of the jUDDI Guide.
- Scripted support for deployment to other application servers such as JBoss EAP.
- Detailed documentation guides and javadoc.
- Code examples on how to interact with the UDDI server.