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What's new in Apache Karaf runtime 4.3.2 ?

Apache Karaf runtime 4.3.2 has been released and available on . You can have take a look on the Release Notes . Let's take a quick tour on this new Karaf release. Support R7 configutation factory and fix on json check Karaf 4.3.x introduced both suppport of OSGi Spec R7 and json configuration support (in addition of the "regular" cfg/properties format). We identify an issue in the configuration json format: when the json contains an array, then it was always considered as updated. For instance, the following configuration: { "foo": [ "bar" ] } was considered as always updated. We can see in the log: 2021-05-07T23:01:45,924 | INFO | fileinstall-/[...]/karaf/etc | JsonConfigInstaller | 25 - org.apache.karaf.config.core - 4.3.1 | Updating configuration from my.config.json 2021-05-07T23:03:45,924 | INFO | fileinstall-/[...]/karaf/etc | JsonConfigInstaller | 25 -

What's new in Apache ActiveMQ 5.16.2 ?

Apache ActiveMQ 5.15.15 and 5.16.2 has been released. 5.15.15 is the last planned one on the 5.15.x branch, and contains only bug fixes. If you use ActiveMQ 5.15.x, you should upgrade to 5.16.x. Now, we are focusing on 5.16.x and coming 5.17.x (see later in this blog). ActiveMQ 5.16.2 brings important fixes and improvements. Let's take a quick tour ;) Fix on failover priorityBackup When you have brokers located on different networks, failver priortyBackup allows you to specify a preference to "local" broker. For instance, you can use a broker URL like this: failover:(tcp://local:61616,tcp://remote:61616)?randomize=false&priorityBackup=true With this URL, client will try to connect to tcp://local:61616 and stay connected there. The client will connect to remote only if local is not there. However, client will constantly try to reconnect to local . Once the client can do it (when local is back), he will automatically reconnect. By default, the first U