Projects / Mantaray


MantaRay is a distributed, peer-to-peer, server-less communication and messaging solution for Java (JMS), C++, and .NET applications. It integrates with JBoss, WebLogic, and WebSphere and offers guaranteed delivery, security, and transactions. It supports the TCP, SSL, and HTTP protocols.

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Recent releases

  •  12 May 2006 04:38

    Release Notes: The license was changed from the GPL to the Mozilla Public License (MPL). Likewise, all of the MantaRay companion products are now available under an MPL license. Additionally, hooks have been incorporated to enable pluggable implementation of authorization and authentication security. A dead letter destination now handles deprecated messages. The JCA implementation was improved. Minor bugs were fixed.

    •  16 Jan 2006 18:43

      Release Notes: This release significantly increases application interoperability by providing a messaging API in three programming languages: JAVA, C++, and C#. As a result, an application written in Java, for example, can seamlessly communicate with an application written in C#. Additionally, based on an automatic configuration mechanism that dynamically chooses configuration parameters, this release can be used “out of the box”, requiring no manual set-up. This release also includes improved performance and memory management, as well as major bugfixes.

      •  31 Aug 2005 12:11

        Release Notes: The main focus of this release is bugfixes following a major QA cycle. In addition, a sample was added to this release.

        •  04 Jul 2005 11:47

          Release Notes: This release includes improved prioritization and expiration of messages, topic hierarchies (an ability to subscribe to a set or a subset of a hierarchal topic tree), and an HTTP transport for use as a firewall-friendly transport layer.

          •  20 Jun 2005 18:05

            Release Notes: MantaRay C++ 1.0 offers comprehensive C++ bindings for MantaRay, including wrappers for JMS, streaming, and FileMessage. With this release, application programmers can continue to write code in C++ while enjoying all of the advantages offered by MantaRay’s latest messaging capabilities.


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