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The Open Engineering Service Bus (OpenEngSB) project provides an easy-to-use and easy-to-adapt platform for tool integration. It offers graphical workflow design between software tools and avoids repetitive setup tasks. In contrast to typical Enterprise Service Bus approaches existing workflows can easily be adapted to software changes due to the domain-based integration model. Thus, OpenEngSB enables transparency in dynamic development processes too and frees the engineers' time for productive work.

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OpenEngSB Framework 2.5.1 released (Andreas Pieber - July 11, 2012)

The OpenEngSB team is pleased to announce the availability of the OpenEngSB Framework 2.5.1.
The first maintainance release of the 2.5.x branch fixes 10 important issues in all parts of the OpenEngSB. In addition a minor enhancement to our build cycle had been done.
For more information, please see the release notes.

OpenEngSB Framework 2.5.0 released (Andreas Pieber - May 03, 2012)

The OpenEngSB team is pleased to announce the availability of the OpenEngSB Framework 2.5.0.
The fifth feature release of the openengsb framework contains, besides 32 bug fixes from the 2.4.x line, 6 new features, 5 deprecations and 15 improvements. First of all there's a new, better EDB handling via services available in 2.5.x which depricates the current EDB handling; next, by the removal of our object DB the IgnoreInQuery annotation is no longer required; because of some enhancements to the communictation it's no longer required to use the Event#getType method. Version 2.5.x allows the creation of workflows via files now; a general persistence interface; a marshling template creation UI and the configuration of the openwire and stomp ports via configuration files. Improvements had been done to the EDB, EKB, OpenEngSBModels, README, OpenEngSB core service; also we've corrected our source release to look more like an apache one. Looking at the most important libraries the framework includes new versions of Google Guava (11.0.1), Apache CXF (2.5.3), Paxexam Karaf (0.5.3), OPS4J Pax Exam (2.3.1), Apache Felix Gogo (0.10.0), Apache Felix Fileinstall (3.2.2), Apache Karaf (2.2.7), OPS4J Pax Wicket (0.7.8), Apache Wicket (1.4.20), Apache OpenJPA (2.2.0) and the Springframework (3.0.7).
For more information, please see the release notes.

OpenEngSB Framework 2.4.5 released (Andreas Pieber - Apr 29, 2012)

The OpenEngSB team is pleased to announce the availability of the OpenEngSB Framework 2.4.5.
The fifth bug-fix release of the OpenEngSB Framework tons of issues internal and various issues by upgrading various libraries. The release fixes various errors in the documentation; fixed the permission error of the config directory; fixed various tests; a nullpointer exception in the EDB, and abstracted the primitives handling by using ClassUtils in commons-lang. This release is more stable by upgrading openengsb-root (v33), PaxExam Karaf (v0.5.3), Apache CXF (v2.5.3), Apache Karaf (v2.2.7), Pax Exam (v2.3.1), Apache Felix File Install (v3.2.2), OPS4J Pax Web (v1.0.9) and Apache Felix Gogo (v0.10.0). All in all we've reduced the number of known issues from 17 to 15.
For more information, please see the release notes.

OpenEngSB Labs Project - Pax Exam Karaf Testframework 0.5.3 released (Andreas Pieber - Apr 27, 2012)

The OpenEngSB team is pleased to announce another version of it's Pax Exam Karaf Testframework project: 0.5.3.

With the 0.5.3 release of the labs-paxexam-karaf test framework we've fixed conflicts between various of our feature like: scanFeature, config file manipulation and useDeployFolder.

The full changelog and downloads are vailable here

OpenEngSB Root 33 released (Andreas Pieber - Apr 19, 2012)

The OpenEngSB team is pleased to announce the availability of the OpenEngSB Root 33.
The 33th release of OpenEngSB root pom focuses on fixes the assembly problem we had by downgrading to version 2.2.2 of the maven-assembly-plugin.
For more information, please see the release notes.

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