The Audit4j Project is pleased to announce the availability of the release – Audit4j 2.3.0 and 2.3.1, An open-source auditing framework for Java.
This release contains following features in core module.
- Additional option (performance/security) api.
- Classpath scanning processor for annotations and avoid unwanted annotation process.
- ScanAnnotated command and option.
- Date time formatter api.
- Use reflections to get parameters of an Object – Implement toString.
- Prompt initialization time in mills.
- Added error guide urls for missing error prone codes.
- External configuration file path support
- HTTP WEB-INF config filepath support.
- Servlet Context listener for configurations and init/stop context.
- Servlet 3 Context listener configuration support.
This release contains bug fixes in following areas .
- Fixed Issue: Remove mandetory meta data validation.
- Fixed issue: filters are not loaded to configuration context.
- Fixed issue: @IgnoreAudit annotation processor getting an exception.
- Config file path invalid validation.
In-adition, below plugins are released along with the core module.
- Spring Integration.
- Database Handler.
- CDI Integration.
- HTTP Integration.
SUPPORTED JAVA VERSIONS.
This release supports Java version 1.7 and above.
This release has been ported to many UNIX (and UNIX-like) platforms including Darwin, FreeBSD, Linux, NetBSD, OpenBSD and most commercial UNIX systems. The release has also been ported to other platforms including Apple MacOS, IBM zOS, and Microsoft Windows NT/2000/xp/vista/7/8 etc.
This software is available under the Apache2 License.
This software is available in the maven central repository as a dependency.
Download information is available at:
audit4j-core 2.3.1 is compatible with audit4j-spring-2.3.1, and audit4j-db-2.3.1 and audit4j-cdi-2.3.1 modules.
All users of Audit4j, especially those using earlier Audit4j 2.2.0 release are advised to upgrade to this release.
The project maintains a FAQ which you may find useful:
Project documentation can be accessed at this link:
To report bugs, please use github Issue Tracking System:
The Audit4j home page containing lots of interesting information
and online documentation is available at this URL:
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