We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Alpha6,
a new release of the still-in-development 6.0 branch.
This release mainly restores decent performance for Lucene index reads and writes,
adds support for indexing
reduces the verbosity of the search DSL,
and adds support for configuring on-commit synchronization for automatic indexing.
We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Alpha5, the fifth release for the still-in-development 6.0 branch. This release mainly restores the "indexNullAs" feature, adds a brand new API to declare dependencies in bridges, and adds compatibility with Elasticsearch 6.7 and 7.0.
Today, we released a new maintenance release of Hibernate ORM 5.3: 5.3.10.Final.
We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Alpha4, the fourth release for the still-in-development 6.0 branch. This release mainly adds an "exists" predicate, improves the DSL by allowing to bypass DSL and projection converters or to override analyzers, restores the Elasticsearch AWS integration, and upgrades the Lucene backend to Lucene 8.
We are excited to announce the release of 6.0 Alpha2.
See the announcements for previous 6.0 development releases: Alpha1
This release introduces:
support for multi-valued query parameter bindings
query mutations handling improvements
initial hooks for entity hierarchy specific mutation strategy
special handling for composite ids
special handling for no restriction deletes
special handling for deletes predicated on no non-id attributes
table-based, inline and cte strategies for "multi-table" mutations ported
support for one-to-many and many-to-many was further extended (@Where, @Order, @Parent are not still supported)
We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Alpha3, the third release for the still-in-development 6.0 branch. This release mainly adds support for more field types and predicates, and brings more consistent and less verbose APIs.
We just released the second maintenance release of Hibernate ORM 5.4.
It is designed to be a drop in replacement for ORM 5.4.1.
We just released Hibernate Validator 6.0.16.Final which includes several improvements and bugfixes.
This is a recommended upgrade for everyone using Hibernate Validator and it is a drop-in replacement for 6.0.15.Final.
About eight months ago, I started a very thrilling journey. That journey is just beginning and I am even more excited today than I was when we started. Yesterday, we announced Quarkus which to me represents three things:
Java is at a new junction point
Java is back in the game in container platforms and serverless
developer experience is king
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