It’s my pleasure to announce the first Alpha release of Hibernate OGM 5!
This release is based on Hibernate ORM 5.0 Final which we released just last week.
The update should be smooth in general, but you should be prepared for some changes if you are bootstrapping Hibernate OGM manually through the Hibernate API and not via JPA.
If you are using Hibernate OGM on WildFly, you need to adapt your application to the changed module/slot name of the Hibernate OGM core module which has changed from org.hibernate:ogm to org.hibernate.ogm:main.
Check out the Hibernate OGM migration notes to learn more about migrating from earlier versions of Hibernate OGM to 5.x.
Also the Hibernate ORM migration guide is a recommended read.
Today I have released Hibernate ORM 5.0 (5.0.0.Final). This has been a long time coming and is the result
of the efforts of many folks. Thanks to everyone who helped us get here with fixes, bug reports, suggestions,
input and encouragement!
A lot of development has gone into 5.0. Here are the big points:
Hibernate ORM 4.2.20.Final was released 24-July-2015. At the time it was released,
SourceForge was out of commission so distributions could not be uploaded. I decided
to delay the announcement until SourceForge was back in commission and I was able
to release 4.3.11.Final on 5-Aug-2015.
Today I released a fourth candidate release for Hibernate ORM 5.0 (5.0.0.CR4). The purpose was entirely to change the defaults
for some settings. This allowed some additional fixes and additional documentation work to make it in.
While Hibernate ORM applies some more polish before releasing the final version,
so did the Hibernate Search team.
Hibernate Search version 5.4.0.CR2 is now available!
It was built and tested with Hibernate ORM 5.0.0.CR3, again we’re just waiting for that to be final but decided
to release another Candidate Release as some fixes and improvements were recently applied.
Yesterday I released the third candidate release for Hibernate ORM 5.0 (5.0.0.CR3). We felt another CR was warranted
because we had some minor integration (SPI) work that we needed to make in to Final, but too much development had happened since
the second CR to be considered risk free to just include everything into Final. At any rate CR3 got lots of great TLC :) The
complete set of changes can be seen in the Jira changelog. The
main changes include: