Web Services Framework for JBoss AS.

Announcement: JBossWS 5.5.0.Final released!

JBossWS 5.5.0.Final has been released and is available for download. The maven artifacts have been released to the Maven repository. In this release, we upgraded CXF to 3.4.5 ,log4j to 2.17.1 and fixed other issues. For more detailed info and full list of issues resolved, please check release notes.

by Jim Ma Jan 13 ,2022 03:00 pm

JBossWS is a web service framework developed as part of the JBoss Application Server / WildFly.

JBossWS integration provides the application server with any WS related technologies it needs for achieving compliance with the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 8 (Java EE 8).

Currently, JBossWS main focus is on integrating Apache CXF, with the goal of achieving the best integration of the first class CXF features on top of WildFly.

Features

JBossWS features include many specifications / standards implementations as well as additional features, options, tools to improve ease of use, endpoint management and monitoring, etc. In particular, JBossWS provides most of the features coming with  Apache CXF (including WS-Security, WS-Policy, WS-Addressing, WS-ReliableMessaging, WS-Trust, MTOM, ...) as well as common JBossWS stack features like endpoint metrics, record management, endpoint address rewrite, etc.
Please refer to the  documentation for further details.



Roadmap

An high level road map regarding future features is available on the wiki, while a detailed road map for the upcoming versions is found in our issue tracking system. You are always welcome to request and contribute a new feature.

         

JBossWS

JBossWS 5.5.0.Final is released
January 13, 2022 By Jim Ma
JBossWS 5.5.0.Final has been released and is available for download. The maven artifacts have been released to the Maven repository. In this release, we upgraded CXF to 3.4.5 ,log4j to 2.17.1...
Log4j CVE and JBossWS project
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Move to JBossWS Google Group
May 27, 2020 By Jim Ma
JBossWS team has moved the old jboss community wiki and forum to JBossWS Google Groups. The old JBossWS wiki, User Forum and Developer Forum are all archived and read only now. This change will allow our community users find us more easily with one email or web access...
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