Artifacts using Java Naming and Directory Interface 1.0 (46)

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This feature provides a local cache service which can be accessed through the DistributedMap API. A default cache is bound in JNDI at "services/cache/distributedmap". Caches can be distributed through addition of a network cache provider such as WebSphere eXtreme Scale.
Last Release on Dec 20, 2022
This feature provides support for the Eclipse MicroProfile Health specification.
Last Release on Dec 20, 2022
This feature enables support for the Java Batch 1.0 API specified by JSR-352.
Last Release on Dec 20, 2022
This feature enables the configuration of DataSources to access Databases from applications. Any database that complies with the JDBC 4.0 specification can be used; customized configuration of many specific providers is included. High performance connection pooling is also provided.
Last Release on Dec 20, 2022
This feature combines the Liberty features that support the Java EE 8.0 Web Profile.
Last Release on Dec 20, 2022
This feature enables support for applications that use application-managed and container-managed JPA written to the Java Persistence API 2.0 specification. The support is built on top of Apache OpenJPA with extensions to support the container-managed programming model.
Last Release on Dec 20, 2022
This feature combines the Liberty features that support the Java EE 7.0 Web Profile.
Last Release on Dec 20, 2022
This feature provides support for the Eclipse MicroProfile Health specification.
Last Release on Dec 20, 2022
This feature combines the Liberty features that support the Jakarta EE 9.1 Web Profile.
Last Release on Dec 20, 2022
This feature enables support for applications that use application-managed and container-managed JPA. This feature only includes Java Persistence API 2.1 specification interfaces and container-managed JPA integration. This feature does not include a JPA provider implementation.
Last Release on Dec 20, 2022