OPS4J stands for Open Participation Software for Java.
OPS4J is a community that is trying to build a new, more open model for Open Source development, where not only the usage is Open and Free, but the Participation is Open as well. Removal of barriers, let more people in, have more fun and less politics. Open Development has also been used to describe this concept.
Think of it as Wiki brought to Coding. Wikipedia is of course the most outstanding example of open collaboration.
If this is your first visit to OPS4J, we recommend you the Introduction.
Latest News ( all news )
Pax Web 6.0.6 has been released. It contains ClassLoader leak fixes, resource handling fixes and few other improvements.
Checkout the release notes Pax Web - 6.0.6 for more detail.
Pax Web 4.3.2 has been released. It contains minor memory leak fixes and no new functions.
Checkout the release notes Pax Web - 4.3.2 for more detail.
The Pax Logging team is happy to announce the release of OPS4J Pax Logging 1.10.1.
This is a minor release with couple of bug fixes related to classloader memory leaks and log4j2.
For more details, see the JIRA release notes.
As usual, all artifacts are available from Maven Central
Pax Web 6.0.5 has been released. It contains fixes related to Undertow and to unique registration of web elements. Also logging has been slightly improved to help with analysis of deployment issues.
Checkout the release notes Pax Web - 6.0.5 for more detail.
Pax Web 6.0.4 has been released. It contains fixes related to Undertow and handling of default resources.
Also there are fixes related to welcome-files and error-pages (fixed compliance with Servlets specification).
Checkout the release notes Pax Web - 6.0.4 for more detail.
The Pax Exam team is happy to announce the release of OPS4J Pax Exam 4.11.0.
This release fixes the following issues, and also upgrades to Pax Swissbox 1.8.3:
As usual, all artifacts are available from Maven Central.
Pax Swissbox 1.8.3 is a maintenance release including a bugfix related to PAXEXAM-740 - Getting issue details... STATUS , and some clean up.
This is also the first release of swissbox actually made by a swiss.. For more details, see the JIRA release notes below.
As usual, all artifacts will be available shortly from Maven Central.
Pax Web 3.0.10 has been released. It's a minor release that uses Jetty 8.1.19. There are no changes to pax-web 3.0.x itself.
Pax Web 4.3.1 has been released. It's a minor release with a few bug fixes and Jetty upgrade to version 9.2.21.
Checkout the release notes Pax Web - 4.3.1 for more detail.
- Updated some database versions
- Support for database migration or setup hook (PreHook). The user can publish such a service and refer to it in the config. This service is then called before the DataSource is published as a service.
Pax JDBC artifacts will be available in Maven Central.
Data Definition Language
Pax for Vaadin