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2May
2006
New JRun Beta Has Begun

JRun "Cheetah" is now in beta, and the JRun team is looking for beta testers. See the message posted on Sean Corfield's blog for details.

Comments (7)



  • Gareth Edwards

    Is anyone allowed to say whats in the beta? JRE 5 support?

    Cheers
    Gareth.

    #1Posted by Gareth Edwards | May 3, 2006, 02:04 AM
  • Vijayan Reddy

    You will be privy to the feaure list once you sign up for our Beta and sign the NDA electronically.

    Thanks,
    Vijayan
    Adobe JRun team

  • Tariq Ahmed

    Hi Ben. From a quick high level perspective, is there a goal to make a CF7 upgrade to use jrun5 somewhere in the future? Or do you guys know now that it would be so fundamentally complex that making a CF7+Jrun5 update unfeasible?

    I'm guessing that you can't comment on that now, but thought I'd try to see if I could get an inkling of a vibe. :)

    Thx!

  • tony petruzzi

    Gee... would love to know what bugs and performace improvements have been fixed in the next version. Hopefully also they were able to decrease the memory footprint.

    #4Posted by tony petruzzi | May 3, 2006, 02:20 PM
  • Ben Forta

    Tariq, I think it is a pretty safe bet that a future CF will use the updated JRun. But it will not be the Mystic update, that will not update the JRun bits.

    --- Ben

    #5Posted by Ben Forta | May 4, 2006, 09:48 PM
  • Gareth Edwards

    I'm guessing this means that one of the major updates to JRUN is the ability for it to run nicely on an updated JRE. ie jre5.0 or above? I'm pretty sure its been announced publicly (webdu 2006) that CF 8 will support the sun jre 5 or above. Would I be correct in saying this?

    Cheers
    Gareth.

    #6Posted by Gareth Edwards | May 4, 2006, 10:04 PM
  • Bilgehan

    So long, thanks for all the fish.

    From Jrun FAQ: "After careful consideration and analysis of both the server marketplace and customer feedback, Adobe plans to discontinue new feature development for JRun, the fast, affordable and reliable J2EE compatible application server."

    #7Posted by Bilgehan | Aug 4, 2007, 04:51 PM