Today, we published a new maintenance release of Hibernate ORM 6.3: 6.3.1.Final and ORM 6.2: 6.2.9.Final.
We just published Hibernate Search 7.0.0.Beta1, a first beta release of the next major version of Hibernate Search.
The main theme of this new major version is upgrades: JDK 11 as a baseline, switch to Jakarta EE and to the latest Hibernate ORM, upgrade of the Lucene backend to the next major version (Lucene 9).
Beyond that, 7.0.0.Beta1 also includes experimental compatibility with Amazon OpenSearch Serverless, publishes a Hibernate Search BOM containing all of its public artifacts, and more.
We just published a maintenance release for Hibernate Search: 6.2.1.Final.
This release mainly upgrades to Hibernate ORM 6.2.7.Final for
upgrades to Elasticsearch client 8.9.0,
adds compatibility with Elasticsearch 8.9 and OpenSearch 2.9,
and fixes several bugs.
I recently enabled a number of Jira Automations which focus on closing issues which are considered stale. An issue is considered stale when
A test case was requested more than 30 days ago, but one was not provided. This rule considers both Pull Requests and attachments, though not "test cases" defined in description or comments.
Additional information for an incomplete report was requested more than 30 days ago, but no reponse was provided.
As with any attempt at automation, there will be cases which do not fit nicely into the automation rules - both false positives and false negatives. If you feel one of these issues was incorrectly closed, re-open it. Which assumes that there is a test or response of course :)
We are pleased to announce the release of Hibernate Search 6.2.0.Final.
This release brings in particular a new standalone POJO Mapper,
mapping of classes/records to projections using
Elasticsearch schema export,
and more bugfixes and improvements.
6.2.0.Final also includes compatibility with Elasticsearch 8.8 and OpenSearch 2.8,
as well as an upgrade of
-orm6 artifacts to Hibernate ORM 6.2.