Today we released yet another maintenance release: Hibernate ORM
5.4.29.Final is now available for download from your favourite Maven Central mirror.
There’s nothing particularly exciting beyond the usual small bugfixes - I hope you’ll agree that this is a good thing.
We just published a bugfix release for Hibernate Search: 6.0.2.Final.
We just published a bugfix release for Hibernate Search: 6.0.1.Final.
Today, we published a new maintenance release of Hibernate ORM 5.4: 5.4.28.Final.
We just published a bugfix release for Hibernate Search: 5.11.8.Final.
Happy new year to all!
During the break we released two versions of Hibernate ORM: both
5.4.27.Final, and couldn’t announce them properly.
So now feel free to ignore the already out of date
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As of now, you are probably aware of the Jakarta EE 9 effort that aims to provide new foundations for EE innovation.
Jakarta EE 9 is an iterative release on top of EE 8 with the main purpose of renaming all the
javax. packages to the
For a while, we will provide equivalent Hibernate Validator versions for both EE 8 and EE 9:
Hibernate Validator 6.x will keep the
javax. packages while Hibernate Validator 7.x moved to the
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We just released Hibernate Validator 6.1.7.Final which contains some minor fixes.
This is a recommended upgrade for everyone using Hibernate Validator and it is a drop-in replacement for 6.1.6.Final.
We also released 6.0.22.Final.
We just published the first stable release of Hibernate Search 6: version 6.0.0.Final.
With more than 900 tickets addressed over the course of 20 alphas and betas, Hibernate Search 6 really is a major release, and it shows.
The most obvious changes: an overhauled API better suited to working with Elasticsearch (but that still works perfectly with embedded Lucene), and upgrades from Lucene 5 to 8 and from Elasticsearch 5.6 to 7.
But it doesn’t stop there: a safer and more concise Search DSL, easier mapping, more powerful bridges, smarter automatic indexing, nested documents, …