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Overview

This release brings a lot of features, enhancements and bug fixesServiceMix NMR 1.0.0 is a brand new JBI container based on OSGi. A lot of work has been done to follow more closely
the rules from the JBI 1.0 specification and to have a much better lifecycle processing for variour various JBI artifacts.
A new clustering engine has been developped which allows endpoints to be individually clustered, leveraging the
transparent remoting (communications between two endpoints on different JBI containers) but also load-balancing and
fail-over. Other features include the backporting of the auditor package from ServiceMix 3, the integration of the
transaction manager and a JNDI/OSGi integration.

ServiceMix NMR 1.0.0 is a brand new JBI container based on OSGi. This means that most of the applications developped
for ServiceMix 3 can be deployed onto this container. However, due to the OSGi layer underneath, a lot of classloading
related issues may arise when migrating an application from ServiceMix 3, because both containers do not behave the
same way. Another major change compared to ServiceMix 3 is the changed transactional model which allows the use of
transactions for asynchronous exchanges: this change will affect your application if you were leveraging the JCA flow
in ServiceMix 3.

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Release notes

This release brings a lot of features, enhancements and bug fixesServiceMix NMR 1.0.0 is a brand new JBI container based on OSGi. A lot of work has been done to follow more closely
the rules from the JBI 1.0 specification and to have a much better lifecycle processing for variour various JBI artifacts.
A new clustering engine has been developped which allows endpoints to be individually clustered, leveraging the
transparent remoting (communications between two endpoints on different JBI containers) but also load-balancing and
fail-over. Other features include the backporting of the auditor package from ServiceMix 3, the integration of the
transaction manager and a JNDI/OSGi integration.ServiceMix NMR 1.0.0 is a brand new JBI container based on OSGi. This means that most

Migration from ServiceMix 3

Most of the applications developped
for ServiceMix 3 can be deployed onto this container. However, however, due to the OSGi layer underneath, a lot of some classloading
related issues may arise when migrating an application from ServiceMix 3 , because both containers do not behave the
same way. Another major change compared to ServiceMix 3 is the changed transactional model which allows the use of
transactions for asynchronous exchanges: this change will affect your application if you were leveraging the JCA flow
in ServiceMix 3.

Change log

The following list shows the bug fixes and enhancements included in this release:

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