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From "Luedtke, Terry (NIH/NLM) [E]" <Terry.Lued...@nih.gov>
Subject Re: [ANNOUNCE] Apache Directory Studio 1.5.2 released
Date Mon, 14 Dec 2009 14:41:14 GMT
I'm pretty sure this has nothing to do with the OS or Java version, but rather with how the
xml file is referenced.

"
This class represents a resource which should be obtained from the classpath. This uses either
the thread context class loader, a given class loader, or a given class for loading resources.

This Resource implementation supports resolution as java.io.File if the class path resource
resides in the file system, but not for classpath resources which reside in a jar and have
not been expanded (by the servlet engine, or whatever the environment is) to the filesystem.
To address this the various Resource implementations always support resolution as a java.net.URL.
"
http://static.springsource.org/spring/docs/2.0.x/reference/resources.html#resources-implementations-classpathresource

==
Terry Luedtke
terry.luedtke@nih.gov<mailto:terry.luedtke@nih.gov>





On Dec 14, 2009, at 7:07 AM, Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot wrote:

The Apache Directory Team is pleased to announce the release of Apache Directory Studio 1.5.2,
a bug fix and enhancement update of its Eclipse based LDAP Browser and Directory client.

You can download Apache Directory Studio 1.5.2 as a standalone RCP application for Mac OS
X, Linux and Windows here:
  http://directory.apache.org/studio/downloads.html

You can install it directly in Eclipse using this update site:
  http://directory.apache.org/studio/update/1.x/

Here are a few highlights of this new version:
 * fixed a critical bug that does not allow a newly created Apache DS server to be started
correctly
 * fixed a major bug in DN parsing of certain entries

Developed as a sub-project of the Directory Top Level Project, Apache Directory Studio is
an Eclipse RCP application that takes full advantage of the benefits inherent in the Eclipse
platform. Composed of several Eclipse (OSGi) plugins, Apache Directory Studio can be easily
upgraded with additional plugins. Apache Directory Studio plugins can even run within a full
installation of Eclipse itself.
Apache Directory Studio contains 6 major features:
 * an LDAP Browser feature
 * an LDIF Editor feature
 * an ACI Editor feature for Apache Directory Server
 * a Schema Editor feature
 * an Apache DS feature
 * an Apache DS Configuration feature

For more information about Apache Directory Studio, see our website:
  http://directory.apache.org/studio

Below are the JIRA issues that were resolved since the release of Apache Directory Studio
1.5.1:
* Bug
  - [DIRSTUDIO-601] - The 'Perform Search/Search Again' button in the Search Result Editor
does not work correctly
  - [DIRSTUDIO-602] - Unable to start an Apache DS version 1.5.5 server
  - [DIRSTUDIO-603] - Error browsing/entering rfc2307 compliant host entry
* Task
  - [DIRSTUDIO-605] - Update the help content of the configuration editor for version 1.5.5
of Apache DS

The Apache Directory Team


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