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What's New in Enhydra 2.2

Release 2.2 of the Enhydra /XML Application Server is now available for
download at www.enhydra.org. This is a significant new release that adds
new functionality in many areas, including:

Apache connection method - You can now connect the Multiserver to Apache web
servers via the Apache JServ Protocol and use the Multiserver's advanced
servlet and application administration features.

Session caching and persistence - For improved reliability and scalability,
this includes session caching and the ability to save session data to disk
or to a database without having to write your own custom code.

ISAPI connection method - This new connection method makes it much easier to
use Enhydra with Windows NT and the Microsoft IIS web server.

DODS integration - The Data Object Design Studio (DODS) has now been
integrated into the core release of Enhydra. This GUI tool enables the
building of the object to relational mapping layer.

Class reloading - You can now set an option to automatically reload classes
when changed. This avoids having to stop and restart the application
whenever a change is made during development.

URL Rewriting - the ability to use the technique of URL rewriting in order
to support session/state when the client browser has cookies turned off.

Enhydra Servlet Debugger (standalone) - The Enhydra debugger has been
enhanced to support any servlet environment, including Apache JServ and Live
Software's JRun.

In addition, there have been ongoing improvements to Enhydra XMLC,Enhanced database
connection management, many bug fixes, and other enhancements.

Thank you to the Enhydra Community!

Besides the Lutris team, there were significant contributions and bug fixes
from the Enhydra community, including:
Richard Kunze
Leigh Dodds
Chris Ryan
Nathaniel Colangelo
Ben Willis
Larry Wolcott
Ole Arndt
Frederik Dahlke
Joel Boehland

Thanks for you continued support in interest for Enhydra.