We are happy to announce the release of the production-ready Domibus v3.1 sample implementation of the eDelivery Access Point, which has been released as open source software under the EUPL license.
The creation of a production-ready implementation of Domibus was achieved in close cooperation among various EU policy project's IT delivery teams (e-SENS and e-Codex), as well as the Commission CEF eDelivery DSI.
Domibus 3.1 has been preceded by two previous release candidates, Domibus 3.1 RC1 and Domibus 3.1 RC2. This stable release follows feedback received from users on these release candidates. The new release includes:
- Added support for clustering
- Added support of Weblogic 12c
- Added support for Wildfly 9
- Additional unit testing
- Introduction of the new plugin architecture
- Improved documentation
- Fixing bugs and issues
This production-ready version includes a new architecture facilitating backend integration tested in the Domibus 3.1 release candidate. There is now a clear separation between the 'core' of Domibus and the 'plugins'. The plugins provide endpoints that allow an easy integration with existing backend systems. Any backend system connecting to Domibus can create a custom plugin specific to their existing backend. To facilitate the creation of a custom plugin we provide an internal API that is fully documented.
Since the release of the latest release candidate, extensive debugging and issue-solving has taken place.
Domibus is released with two default plugins which provide Web services (WSDL) and JMS endpoints. The endpoints of these two plugins are described in the Interface Control Documents (ICD).