Any bug you find in 3.0.5 should be reported in the
Because of the large number of changes from Resin 2.1 to Resin 3.0,
developers should stress
test their application with Resin 3.0.5 thoroughly before deploying
3.0.5 is a bug fix release. There were few user-visible changes.
The JSP and JSTL generation was reworked to improve performance.
Those changes should be invisible to applications.
The Hessian/Burlap servlet was cleaned up to allow any bean to act
as a service. The configuration looks like:
Plugins now save the configuration values. When the Resin server
is not available, the plugin will use the saved value.
Apache's configuration (httpd.conf) now has a CauchoStatus "true" element. By
default, CauchoStatus is disabled.
IIS's configuration in resin.ini has an IISPriority configuration
to configure the filter's priority.
There is a new RMI resource for
RMI servers. The resource handles Resin's web-app reloading, avoiding
the classloader issues typical with RMI.
A new JMS listener resource
is available. Applications needing to implement a JMS
listener can use this resource to receive messages without needing to
implement EJB message beans.
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