AO Servlet Filter Changelog

ao-servlet-filter-1.5.1-validation-SNAPSHOT

ao-servlet-filter-1.5.0

Release Notes

  • Updated dependencies.
  • New AddResponseHeaderFilter filter to add response headers. For when filter mappings are not expressive enough, supports both lightning-fast WildcardPatternMatcher and standard Java Pattern.

ao-servlet-filter-1.4.2

Release Notes

  • New AO OSS Parent POM to simplify pom.xml files.
  • Project documentation moved to per-project book in SemanticCMS format.
  • Added changelog as top-level project link.

ao-servlet-filter-1.4.1

Release Notes

  • Improved Javadoc formatting.
  • Improved README formatting.

ao-servlet-filter-1.4.0

Release Notes

  • Improved Javadoc formatting.
  • Now automatically maintains some ThreadLocal values between caller and executor during concurrent processing, and provides wrapper hook for subclasses to extend.
  • May now provide temp file list.
  • Tracks the request concurrency.
  • Added a hook for subclasses to take further action based on concurrency.
  • Now only setting encoding when not provided by client. Also removed ThreadLocale stuff that was unnecessary and never belonged here.
  • Each lock object now a small empty class to help identify lock contention.

    The lock contention profiler in NetBeans is just showing "java.lang.Object" all over, and can't seem to get from the lock object id to the actual object in the heap dump using OQL (id not found).

  • Trim on includes is just unnecessary filter invocation.
  • Avoiding setting ThreadLocal when value has not changed.
  • Using ServletContextCache for more throughput on Tomcat.

ao-servlet-filter-1.3.1

Release Notes

  • Improved Maven configuration for Java EE 6 dependencies.

ao-servlet-filter-1.3

Release Notes

  • Improved Javadoc formatting.

ao-servlet-filter-1.2

Release Notes

  • Now also hiding .jspx extension in addition to .jsp.

ao-servlet-filter-1.1

Release Notes

  • Reverted to Java 1.6 for Android and Java EE 6 compatibility.

ao-servlet-filter-1.0

Release Notes

  • Project moved to GitHub and Maven.