The Waterken Server is a platform for building Java applications that use eventual control flow operations, such as asynchronous invocation, to communicate both within the application and across the network to other HTTP-based software.
|Tags||Internet Web HTTP Servers Security Cryptography Software Development Libraries Java Libraries Text Processing Markup XML Dynamic Content CGI Tools/Libraries XSL/XSLT Application Frameworks|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release has been JSONized.
Release Notes: Recently discussed changes to the web-amp protocol were implemented.
Release Notes: The included File Manager and Thread Viewer applications were improved.
Release Notes: The schema format was extended to support marking a branch that is expected to contain a link. The Java class for schema binding generates and recognizes these link branches. A simple redirectory implementation was also included.
Release Notes: This version implements changes to the HTTPSY specification. In particular, the HTTPS +-subset has been eliminated. This change is a result of recent changes in Internet Explorer's handling of userinfo.