Mule 2.1.2 Released

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It’s a holiday season, and we’re happy to give you Mule 2.1.2! This little Santa helper features over 50 bugfixes and enhancements. Even better, it’s hot in our documentation department, with a dozen issues resolved there and major work put into schema annotations for seamless configuration reference info lookup. Some other highlights include:

  • Enhancements to the Mule maven archetypes (e.g. overlay the wizard-generated sources over an existing project)
  • Embedded Mule distribution shouldn’t cause deployment problems now
  • Support for hierarchical Mule-Spring contexts is back (e.g. Mule-first vs Spring-first approaches)
  • JMS topic lookups from JNDI are much more robust now, among other jms improvements
  • A number of configuration enhancements backported from the Mule 2.2 branch less XSD schema changes (to preserve backwards compatibility with a 2.1.x line). Great for those willing to get some new functionality, but tolerable to a more verbose configuration in 2.1.2

Read full release notes here.

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7 Responses to “Mule 2.1.2 Released”

  1. The download location isn’t anything new, but just in case: http://mulesource.org/display/MULE/Download

  2. In version 2.1.2, does it allow the users/admins to customize the UI elements/panels?

  3. Don’t know what you mean. Mule is not a GUI nor web app, so what UI elements are you referring to?

  4. When will the pdf documentation be updated? The download of the user’s guide looks the same as before (old schema locations and such).

  5. We’re experiencing technical difficulties with generating the PDF of the User’s Guide. We hope to have this resolved shortly.

  6. The issue has been resolved, and the PDF is now posted to the Offline Documentation page of the Mule 2 User Guide (http://www.mulesource.org/display/MULE2USER/Offline+Documentation). Thank you for your patience!

  7. Does this release allow access to assets via URL’s without authentication ? This would be useful for automated consumption of WSDLs/XSD from tools.