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From Simon Nash <>
Subject [Announce] Apache Incubator Tuscany SCA Java 1.0-incubator-M2 release
Date Sun, 24 Dec 2006 22:13:19 GMT
The Apache Incubator Tuscany team is pleased to announce the availability
of the SCA Java 1.0-incubator-M2 release, together with a restructured
Web site with enhanced content and better organization.  Information about
Tuscany, including details of the release contents and download links can
be found at:

The aim of the Apache Tuscany project is to create, as a community, a robust
infrastructure that simplifies the development of SOA-based systems.  This
M2 release contains a number of enhancements over the previous M1 release.
The major features are as follows:

* SCA specification compliance. Assembly (V0.96), Java Client and Implementation (V0.95):
     Recursive composite model (implementation.composite and include)
     Support for component properties (simple types only)
     Asynchronous oneway and request with callback
     Java interface and WSDL 1.1 portType
* Improved core for flexibility and extensibility
     Refactored to provide the default implementation of the SPI contracts
     Scope management
     Improved classloader isolation
     Maven-based artifact repository
     A Data Binding Framework
* Improved Extension model and SPI
* Tuscany Standalone runtime launcher
* Tomcat integration to host Tuscany web applications
* Tuscany War Plugin to build web applications
* New and improved bindings:
     Axis2, upgraded to version 1.1
* Component Implementation:
* Data Bindings:
* Additional samples
     RMI Service and RMI Reference from a standalone Tuscany runtime
     A combo sample (Calculator-Combo) that demonstrates
       - assembly of different technologies using component implementations in Java, JavaScript,
and Ruby
       - binding of service references to Web service and RMI Service endpoints
       - a simple demonstration of property configuration and composite component implementation
     Asynchronous invocation

This release is available for download from

If you have questions, feedback, or would like to get involved in the
Tuscany project, please join the mailing lists (
or and let us know your thoughts.

The Apache Incubator Tuscany Team

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