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Qpid for Java 6.1.2 Release Notes

Qpid for Java offers an AMQP-fluent implementation of JMS and a message broker written in Java that stores, routes, and forwards messages using AMQP.

For more information about this release, including download links and documentation, see the release overview.

New features and improvements

  • QPID-7558 - [Java Broker] Allow Multiple JDBC Virtual Hosts / Message Stores to share the same database
  • QPID-7668 - [Java Broker] Add MySQL configuration to the set of known DBMS types in JDBCDetails

Bugs fixed

  • QPID-7608 - [Java Broker, Documentation] Chapter "9.6. Flow to Disk" is inaccessible
  • QPID-7631 - [Java Broker, WMC] In BDBHA 2-node group you should be able to configure priority
  • QPID-7643 - [Java Broker] Cannot login using SASL PLAIN against Base64MD5PasswordFilePrincipalDatabase
  • QPID-7647 - [Java Broker] fix handling of broker type in configuration
  • QPID-7670 - [Java Broker] WebSocket transport does not respect AMQP idle timeout
  • QPID-7675 - [Java Broker] Runtime exception can be thrown by REST API on failure to create BDB HA Virtual Host Node
  • QPID-7682 - [Java Broker] CloudFoundry group provider plugin reports 404 errors from the service as 500 errors
  • QPID-7684 - [Java Broker, BDB] Close Cursor when LockConflictException is thrown
  • QPID-7685 - [Java Broker, BDB] AsyncRecovery and Queue#enqueue can contend for a BDB Lock potentially bringing down the broker
  • QPID-7690 - [Java Broker] Cannot create VirtualHostLogger with certain ACLs in place
  • QPID-7692 - [Java Broker, 0-8..0-91] Message sent to fanout exchange with no routing key is not delivered to application
  • QPID-7695 - [Java Broker, BDB HA] Indefinite hang when new node joins existing group but existing node is unresponsive
  • QPID-7696 - [Java Broker] Deletion of a temporary queue can crash the broker with certain ACLs
  • QPID-7707 - [Java Broker, WMC] If ACL reload operation fails due to malformed ACL rules, etc, the error is not reported back to the user invoking the operation