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2.0 Release Notes

The OASIS SCA specification are going to be released around June/July 2009 so we're planning on having a 2.0 release ready at the same time. To help work out what we need to do this is a draft of the release notes:

Apache Tuscany SCA 2.0 June 2009 Release Notes

Apache Tuscany provides a runtime based on the Service Component
Architecture. SCA is a set of specifications aimed at simplifying SOA
Application Development which are being standardized at OASIS as part
of Open Composite Services Architecture (Open CSA) - http://www.oasis-opencsa.org/.


The Apache Tuscany SCA 2.0 release includes implementations of the
main SCA specifications including:

SCA Assembly Model V1.1
SCA Policy Framework V1.1
SCA Java Common Annotations and APIs V1.1
SCA Java Component Implementation V1.1
SCA Spring Component Implementation V1.1
SCA BPEL Client and Implementation V1.1
SCA JMS Binding Specification V1.1
SCA Web Services Binding V1.1
SCA EJB Session Bean Binding V1.1
SCA Java EE Integration Specification V1.1

It also includes implementations of many features not yet defined
by SCA specifications, including:

  • SCA bindings for CORBA, Direct Web Remoting, RSS and ATOM Feeds,
    HTTP resources, JSONP, JSON-RPC, Hessian, and RMI.
  • SCA implementation types for OSGI, XQuery, and various dynamic
    languages including Groovy, Javascript, Python and Ruby
  • Databindings for Service Data Objects (SDO), JAXB, XmlBeans,
    Axis2's AXIOM, JSON, SAXON, XStream, DOM, SAX and StAX

The Tuscany SCA Runtime can be configured as a single node SCA domain or
as an SCA domain distributed across multiple nodes.
In addition Tuscany SCA supports the following host-deployment options: -

  • running standalone in JSE or OSGi
  • running with distributed nodes across multiple JVMs
  • running with embedded Jetty or Tomcat
  • running as a standard web application
  • running as a module in Geronimo

See the CHANGES file for a detailed list of the features in this release.


For more information on Apache Tuscany visit the website at:


Any issues with this release can be reported to Apache Tuscany
using the mailing lists or in the JIRA issue tracker.

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To find out more about OASIS Open CSA go to:


Apache Tuscany welcomes your help. Any contribution, including code,
testing, improving the documentation, or bug reporting is always

Thank you for using Apache Tuscany!

  • The Tuscany Team.
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