ESB.NET 7.0.94.0

Rating:        Based on 1 rating
Reviewed:  1 review
Downloads: 11187
Released: Sep 6, 2011
Updated: Sep 6, 2011 by MINAS
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

Run through Pre-requisites and Installation instructions to get your ESB instances up and running.
http://keystrokeesbnet.codeplex.com/documentation

Download the
- ESBDeploy MSI 7.x.x.x.zip (Containing Setup.exe and .msi installer)
OR the
- ESBDeploy S 7.x.x.x.zip file (manual/batch installer - recommended for automated installations and advanced users).

If you have problems with the ESBDeployMSI7.x.x.x.zip, revert to the ESBDeployS7.x.x.x.zip file download.

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Release Details

Changes Since Last Release (since 7.0.81.0)
Development changes
- Added & enhanced VB & C# project templates

EMC
- Added several minor usability enhancements, including enable/disable LocallyConfiguredServices & extended service search.

Changes Since Last Release (since 7.0.81.0)
Development changes
- Added & enhanced VB project templates for workflow services

Changes Since Last Release (since 7.0.79.0)
Deployment changes
- Updated Saxon parser to 9.3
- Include missing binaries for public installer - for safe symbolic link removal
- Removed directories that interfered with symbolic link creation

Changes Since Last Release (since 7.0.78.0)
Development changes
- Added C# project template for basic services

Deployment changes
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Minor changes
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Changes Since Last Release (since 7.0.77.0)
Deployment changes
- Fix: LOBSystems vdir not setup correctly.

Minor changes
- Fix: Recently broken WSDL generation.

Changes Since Last Release (since 7.0.76.0)
Deployment changes
- Include setup\bin directory & FixFolderLinks.wf (missing from public deployment). Resulted in errors in viewing WSDL as Symbloic links were not setup correctly.

Minor changes
- Removed superfluous View BSDL/WSDL buttons from EMC.
- Improved error messages for viewing/generating BSDL and WSDL's.


Changes Since Last Release (since 7.0.72.0)
Deployment changes
- Changes to number of and names of AppPools to improve isolation for asycnhronous processing.

Minor changes
- Change to sample requests to replace "CallSynchronizationType" to "MessageExchangePattern" to match a prior change.
- Change to EMC search to make it case-insensitive.
- Patched some holes in install/uninstall for Windows 2008/Windows 7 deployments.


Changes Since Last Release (since 7.0.66.0)
- Patches to minor installation quirks.
- Added script to repair directory links.

Changes Since Last Release (since 7.0.52.0)
- Auto-start logger
- IBM Websphere MQ adaptor
- Custom XML handling in EMC

Changes Since Last Release (since 7.0.51.0)
- Added WF activities
- Added WF sample
- Enhanced SDK

Changes Since Last Release (since 7.0.50.0)
- Patch MSI installer WSE 3.0 pre-requisite check


Changes Since Last Release (since 6.x)

Taking advantage of the latest Microsoft development toolsets:
.NET Framework 4 / Workflow 4 and Visual Studio.NET 2010
, ESB.NET 7 is the most powerful and user friendly release to date.

Major changes include:
- Targets .NET Framework 4, Visual Studio.NET 2010, Workflow 4
- Flowchart workflow adaptor
- In-process transport adaptor (COM+ Style Client Side Service Hosting i.e Surrogate model)
- Locally configured service pipeline
- Envelope deserialization and manipulation optimizations
- Installer to wrap command-line
- Async logger always runs with Win2k8 R2/IIS7.5
- Improved project templates
- User experience improvements across the board, including: installation, management and development.
- All-round performance improvements.
- Service execution simulation

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Release Notes

Reviews for this release

     
Even better than version 6! Version 7 installer is much better than older version. Workflow services are awesome. Development -> Deployment -> Debugging experience is now very smooth. Everything's pre-configured out of the box, so you can get stuck into it straight away. Real-life tutorials are very helpful, and make up for it being a little "light" on documentation.
by vludy on Apr 20, 2011 at 11:08 PM