ICEfaces EE 1.8.2.GA_P05 now available  XML
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ICEsoft is pleased to announce the availability of ICEfaces EE 1.8.2.GA_P05 (Patch 5).

The ICEfaces EE 1.8.2.GA_P05 bundles are available to all ICEfaces EE subscribers on the ICEfaces.org ICEfaces 1.x download page.

See the Release Notes for important changes, supported platforms, and known issues.

Documentation and resources for the ICEpack features included within ICEfaces EE are available in the ICEfaces EE 1.x / ICEpack Wiki.

Additional Functional and Load-Testing bundles are available for download in the ICEpack Wiki - Test Resources topics.

Note that the complete set of IDE integration bundles for this release will be available within a few days.

About ICEfaces Enterprise Edition (EE)

This commercial version of ICEfaces provides additional features and benefits targeted at robust and scalable enterprise application deployments.

ICEfaces EE is a fully-tested and certified enterprise-grade solution ideal for companies that require a fully-supported production platform with guaranteed SLA response times, from development through to production. ICEfaces EE is best suited for organizations that need/want:

  • an enterprise-ready framework that has been extensively tested and certified
  • to integrate with Java EE open source and commercial software products
  • to be professionally supported with committed SLA response times
  • access to advanced composite components
  • access to the latest certified release, emergency patches, and custom builds
  • to be supported on previous versions of ICEfaces EE
  • assistance with Functional and Load Testing
  • scale complex applications featuring Ajax-push in clustered, highly-available environments with failover

    For more information see the following resources:

  • ICEfaces EE Product Page
  • ICEfaces EE 1.8.2.GA_P05 Supported Platforms

  • Ken Fyten
    VP Product Development
    ICEsoft Technologies, Inc.
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