Apache OpenWebBeans-1.5.0 has been released
The Apache OpenWebBeans Team is proud to announce the release of the Apache OpenWebBeans-1.5.0 project which implements a CDI-1.2 container.
OpenWebBeans has a modular structure and
provides Dependency Injection scaling from Java SE environments up to
big Java EE7 server clusters with complicated ClassLoader hierarchies or OSGi
Apache OpenWebBeans-1.2.0 has been released
The Apache OpenWebBeans Team is proud to announce the release of
Apache OpenWebBeans is an Apache License v2 licensed implementation of the JSR-299 "Context and Dependency Injection for Java EE" and JSR-330 "atinject" specifications. OpenWebBeans has a modular structure and provides Dependency Injection scaling from Java SE environments up to EE6 server clusters with complicated ClassLoader hierarchies or OSGi environments.
openwebbeans-1.2.0 implements the CDI-1.0 API, passes the JSR-330 TCK and the JSR-299 standalone TCK.
Distribution packages can be downloaded from
The release is also available in maven.central
More info can be found at
The Apache OpenWebBeans Team
Welcome Romain Manni-Bucau as new OpenWebBeans PMC member
The Apache OpenWebBeans team is proud to announce that Romain Manni-Bucau has accepted the invitation to our Project Management Committee.
Romain has been contributing to OpenWebBeans for a few years and responsible for integrating OWB into Apache TomEE.
Welcome on board, Romain!
Welcome Arne Limburg as new OpenWebBeans PMC member
The Apache OpenWebBeans team is proud to announce that Arne Limburg has accepted the invitation to our Project Management Committee.
Arne has been working on OpenWebBeans for a few years, is using it for big customers and helped a lot with fixing bugs and moving OWB forward to CDI-1.1.
Welcome on board, Arne!
New CMS managed page
We finally have a nice new Homepage!
The new page is based on the ASF CMS. Read http://www.apache.org/dev/cms.html for more info about the background.
CDI-1.1, here we come!
The Apache OpenWebBeans team started working towards implementing the CDI-1.1 specification in our trunk. Maintaining the CDI-1.0 version of OWB will be done in branches/owb_1.1.x.
New Committer: Jean-Louis Monteiro and Thomas Andraschko
We are proud to have Jean-Louis Monteiro and Thomas Andraschko supporting the Apache OpenWebBeans team since October 2012.
Thomas will help us supporting the failover functionality and Jean-Louis is an EJB expert working on all CDI and TomEE related parts.
Sample Application with JSF, JPA and OpenWebBeans
We have written a real sample application written with JSF + JPA +OWB. It is called "Hotel Reservation Application". You can create "Admin" and "Normal" user accounts. "Admin" is responsible for defining hotels etc, and user creates a hotel reservation.
Altough it is a simple application, it uses and shows most of the functionality that are defined in the JSR-299, including Scope and Contexts, Interceptors,Decorators, Events and Observers etc.
STEPS TO RUN
It is located in the trunk/samples/reservation directory. In this directory
> mvn clean install -Pjetty --> to compile and install
> mvn jetty:run -Pjetty --> to run the jetty container
Voila, enjoys it!