JBoss Negotiation 2.0.3.GA has now been released and is available for download from: -
The main areas of work on this release were to tidy up and refactor the project structure to allow for future expansion, as JBoss 5.0.0.GA is now available this latest release has been tested against both JBoss 5.0.0.GA and JBoss 4.2.3.GA.
Onto the next release the candidate features can be seen here: -
If there is anything of interest please add your votes to the Jira issues and feel free to raise new feature requests against the Negotiation component.
good work !!!!
What's the compatibility with JBoss 4.0.5 ?
I'm testing the Beta1 release under JBoss 4.0.5 and saw a problem because the jboss log4j-boot.jar is incompatible with Logger.trace() that is being used in the negotiation code...
Tried finding something related to it in the forum but didn't find, so I'm writing here !
Many Thanks !
Yes JBoss Negotiation does require JBoss 4.2.x or JBoss 5.0.x, these versions use a later version of Log4j that provides the trace() method without needing to use the JBoss Logger.
I will have a look for the next release to see if the logging can be made compatible with JBoss 4.0.5.GA but that is not really one of the target AS versions.
Thanks very much Darran,
I just needed to be sure !
I had to replace log.trace for log.debug, than I ran without problems on 4.0.5.
But it was version Beta... I didn't try with the new version and I saw that the new one has much more classes !!!
The ideal would be to have an updated version of log4j-boot.jar for JBoss 4.0.5... supporting the Logger.trace method....
Anyway, thanks very much !!!
I'll have a look and check what's the best option for me !!!
Am trying it on JBoss 5 and its nearly working... Main issue we had was a reverse lookup of IP of our KDC resulted in a different server name...
Using the negotiation toolkit, basic negotiation and security domain tests work, but the secured test results in a 401 page.
I have server logs and config but is this the right place to post questions and if not where should they go ?