We just released Hibernate ORM version
We just published Hibernate Search 6.1.0.CR1, the first release candidate of Hibernate Search 6.1.
Among the main changes since Beta2: better defaults and optional operators for the regexp predicate, additional Maven artifacts compatible with Hibernate ORM 6, and more.
We just published Hibernate Search 6.1.0.Beta2, another beta release of the next minor version of Hibernate Search.
Among the main changes: persistence and management of aborted events with the "outbox-polling" coordination, definition of Lucene analyzers without referring to Lucene classes, Elasticsearch 7.16 compatibility, OpenSearch 1.2 compatibility, and more.
We just published a bugfix release for Hibernate Search: 6.0.8.Final.
Hibernate ORM 6.0.0.Beta3 has been released. Just in time for the holidays!
We are especially excited for this release because it feels like the last beta on the long journey it has taken to develop 6.0. Lots of work has gone into Beta3, but like Beta2 most of that work has been behind the scenes. A few specific things of note:
We use JBoss Logging, which provides a minimal API bridging to your logger backend of choice and does not come with fancy features relying on JNDI lookups.
We do use Log4j during development of the Hibernate libraries as it’s a dependency of our testsuites; therefore we’ve still upgraded all branches.
Today, we released maintenance releases for our Hibernate Validator 6.2 and 7.0 branches.
As of now, you are all aware of the Log4j 2 security issue called Log4Shell announced on Friday. The good news is that Hibernate Validator does NOT use Log4j 2 but uses JBoss Logging as its logging framework.
Why release these versions then? Log4j 2 is only a test dependency of Hibernate Validator (being a test dependency, Log4j 2 doesn’t come in your apps through Hibernate Validator so you don’t have to worry about this issue from the Hibernate Validator perspective), but we already got hit in the past by security scanners being not as fine grained as we would have liked so we preferred to release new versions proactively so that we are sure Hibernate Validator does not get wrongly reported as unsafe.
Hibernate ORM version
5.6.2.Final is now available.
This is a maintenance release of the latest stable branch
5.6; speaking of branches, it’s worth highlight that our
main branch is now pointing to the sources of the upcoming version 6.0.
We just published Hibernate Search 6.1.0.Beta1, a beta release of the next minor version of Hibernate Search.
Among the main changes: asynchronous, distributed automatic indexing now scales to more or fewer nodes dynamically, supports multi-tenancy, and pauses during mass indexing; new Jakarta EE artifacts are available alongside the traditional ones for Java EE, the Elasticsearch backend accepts JSON to customize the mapping, and more.
Hibernate Search 6.1.0.Beta1 also includes upgrades to Hibernate ORM 5.6.1.Final and Lucene 8.11, among others.
The second Beta of Hibernate ORM 6.0 has just been released.
Quite a lot has gone into this release, but at a high level -