Release Notes: The primary enhancement in this release is a technology upgrade to the Jiplet Admin Console: it has been ported to GWT 1.5 and refactored to use the GWTCOMP library. Additionally, the ESR (Enterprise SIP archive) deployer has been removed since JBoss 4.x can now handle Jiplet SPR and SRR archives inside an EAR, and a number of bugs were fixed. This project has reached a status of stable.
Release Notes: The final release (version 1.2) of the NIST SIP stack Reference Implementation has been incorporated into the Jiplet Container and reference applications. The new listening point architecture has been integrated into the Jiplet Container SIP connector. One connector can now use more than one IP address for SIP messaging. Convenience methods have been added to the Jiplet class for jiplet developers to handle additional listening points and SIP providers. The Jiplet Container message proxying has been updated to work in a multi-homed environment. The software has been tested with Jboss 4.0.5.GA.
Release Notes: The Jiplet Console (system administration user interface) has been rewritten using the Google Web Toolkit (GWT). The console now provides an easy to use interface taking full advantage of the rich user interface that GWT provides. The directory structure of the project has been refactored to divide the project into logical components with the idea that each of these components can be treated as separate projects that can be built independently. The automated tests for the project now work fully. Several bugs that were found have been fixed.
Release Notes: The software has been tested with Jboss 4.0.4. The thread pool framework has been refactored to be more efficient and more tolerant of higher SIP message load. The reference application has been modified to work with additional and newer versions of SIP phones from various vendors. The Jiplet Console (system administration user interface) now uses a secure connection for higher security. A number of other bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release works with Java 1.5. Improvements to the Windows startup script have been made. The proxy code has been modified to handle ACK and CANCEL messages properly for a stateful proxy. Some enhancements have been made to the container managed authentication area. Many bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: This release works with JBOSS 4.0.2. The SIP proxy functionality has been enhanced to include cancelling of proxy requests. The packaging structure of the Jiplet Console and the reference application packages has been modified. Many bugs were fixed, and the code underwent significant refactoring.
Release Notes: Support for Enteprise Archives (EAR) was improved. The jiplet container JBoss service is now a single deployable "sar" file. Initial support for naming contexts has been added. Support for external entities sending messages to jiplets has been added.
Release Notes: Improved support for running as a JBOSS/J2EE service, including support for deployable realms and enterprise archives (ear). Improved support for hosting, including support for fine tuning of context deployments. A number of enhancements in the administration console for greater usability. Additional support for external management systems.
Release Notes: Support for the SIP proxy functionality has been added. The reference application has been enhanced to include simple presence server capability. The reference application now partly supports Microsoft Windows Messenger clients. Any modifications to the memory realm (CMAA) no longer require the jiplet container to be restarted to take effect. The jiplet console now displays security constraint parameters for the jiplets. Several bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Container-managed authentication and authorization was implemented, which allows SIP applications to specify security constraints. The container handles security on behalf of the application based on SIP specifications. A new JMX implementation has been put in place that supports the "remote" API. The class-loader architecture for the standalone jiplet container has been changed. Any classes and jar files placed under the common directory are now loaded automatically. This feature allows users to easily replace the SIP stack, plugin authentication databases, etc.