Thanks for asking this, I am also not sure about the releases right now.
And I've got one more question: Version 2.0 is scheduled for this fall and I am
very keen on that since I want to dig into JPA 2 and not bothering with the old
spec to long. Is it possible to use EclipseLink 2.0 in an RCP app right away, or
do we have to wait for the next eclipse simultaneous release next summer?
> Hi eclipselink team,
> could you please specify the release plans for the next weeks.
> In the master timeline, there is a 1.2.0 release scheduled for the
> 9/30/2009, but up to now there is no milestone or RC available.
> In my company we have a release scheduled for 9/30/2009, and the 1.1.2
> code that we use currently contains at least on blocker:
> and with a potential workaround:
> How stable are the milestones? For example the 1.1.3 M2 passes all the
> unit tests in the JPA section.
> Could you please also explain what are the differences between the 1.1.3
> and the 1.2.0 release.
> And will be the JPA 1.0 handling in the 2.0 release backwards compatible
> to the 1.1.2/1.2.0 versions?
> Will the 1.1.3 release contain the bugfixes for the earlier 1.2.0 release?
> thanks in advance for your answers.
> best regards,
We are currently reviewing our release plans. The published plans for
1.2.0, 2.0.0, and 1.1.3 will most likely all be adjusted shortly. The
schedule change is due to changes in the overall Java EE 6 schedule of
which EclipseLink is delivering the JPA 2.0 reference implementation as
well as some delays getting IP reviewed for the originally scheduled 1.2.0
I am hoping to propose an updated schedule for final review at this week's
committer meeting (Thursday) and will update the published release dates
following this meeting.
Once we have the proposed schedule published for the committers to review
I will post a link here as well so we can get additional community