Blaze-Persistence 1.2.0 Release

Blaze-Persistence version 1.2.0 was just released

By Christian Beikov on 08 May 2018

We did it! Version 1.2.0 is finally released!

It took a while to get everything right, but now we finally support Java 9 & 10. Updatable entity views now support orphan deletion, the PaginatedCriteriaBuilder API allows to omit the count query and we fixed a few bugs that our ever growing user base reported. I’d like to thank everyone contributing to this excellent release and personally thank Mahesh for helping me polish the Spring Data integration. He reported quite a few bugs and gave a lot of feedback based on his experience of integrating Blaze-Persistence into his project.

As always, we recommend you to update to the latest version especially since we fixed a few bugs that might bite you unexpectedly, like

  • #544 MacroConfiguration doesn’t implement the comparator for macros correctly

Thanks for the throughout analysis on this Jan-Willem Gmelig Meyling!

The next 1.2 release will address a few bugs that can currently be worked around and after that, we will work on the 1.3 release. Since I am on vacation for a month, the 1.2 release will probably be done by the end of June. The 1.3 release which will be named after S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury and is currently planned to be released by the end of July.

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