Group: OpenLiberty Features

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1. Java Servlets 3.194 usages

io.openliberty.features » servlet-3.1EPL

This feature enables support for HTTP Servlets written to the Java Servlet 3.1 specification. You can package servlets in Java EE specified WAR or EAR files. If servlet security is required, you should also configure an appSecurity feature. Without a security feature, any security constraints for the application are ignored.
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
com.ibm.websphere.appserver.eeCompatible-9.0
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
io.openliberty.mpCompatible-0.0
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
com.ibm.websphere.appserver.containerServices-1.0
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
com.ibm.websphere.appserver.classloading-1.0
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
com.ibm.websphere.appserver.eeCompatible-6.0
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
com.ibm.websphere.appserver.transaction-1.2
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022

8. Jakarta Servlet 5.049 usages

io.openliberty.features » servlet-5.0EPL

This feature enables support for HTTP Servlets written to the Jakarta Servlet 5.0 specification. You can package servlets in Jakarta EE specified WAR or EAR files. If servlet security is required, you should also configure an appSecurity feature. Without a security feature, any security constraints for the application are ignored.
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
Jakarta Transactions 2.0
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
This feature enables the use of Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) to access server configured resources such as DataSources or JMS Connection Factories. It also allows access to Java primitives configured in the server as a jndiEntry.
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
com.ibm.websphere.appserver.eeCompatible-7.0
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
io.openliberty.servlet.api-3.0
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022

13. Application Security 2.042 usages

io.openliberty.features » appSecurity-2.0EPL

This feature enables support for securing the server runtime environment and applications; it includes a basic user registry. This feature supersedes appSecurity-1.0 and does not include servlet-3.0 or support for the LDAP user registry. To secure web applications, add the servlet-3.0 feature. To secure EJB applications, add the ejbLite-3.1 feature. To use LDAP, add the ldapRegistry-3.0 feature. When you add the appSecurity-2.0 feature to your server, you need to configure a user registry, such as the basic ...
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
OSGi Application
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
com.ibm.websphere.appserver.transaction-1.1
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022

16. Java Servlets 4.037 usages

io.openliberty.features » servlet-4.0EPL

This feature enables support for HTTP Servlets written to the Java Servlet 4.0 specification. You can package servlets in Java EE specified WAR or EAR files. If servlet security is required, you should also configure an appSecurity feature. Without a security feature, any security constraints for the application are ignored.
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
com.ibm.websphere.appserver.eeCompatible-8.0
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
com.ibm.websphere.appserver.javax.annotation-1.2
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
com.ibm.websphere.appserver.internal.slf4j-1.7
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022
The Contexts and Dependency Injection 2.0 specification makes it easier to integrate Java EE components of different types. It provides a common mechanism to inject component such as EJBs or Managed Beans into other components such as JSPs or other EJBs.
Last Release on Nov 22, 2022