We are pleased to announce the 2.0.2 release of ServiceMix!

New and Noteworthy

  • Improved JBI support including both interface based routing as well as service based routing together with improved WSDL parsing

  • Support for Publish Subscribe Routing

  • Improved JAX WS support

  • Migration to XBean as the XML configuration mechanism which works with any Spring release and allows us to mix and match ServiceMix configuration with other XML configuration mechanisms like ActiveMQ and Jencks

  • Migration to backport.util.concurrent to make it easier to move direct to a pure Java 5 solution.

  • a new Loan Broker example from the EIP Patterns Book

  • a new simpler POJO based deployment model

  • build reorganised to make ServiceMix more modular

  • a new ChainedComponent which implements simple pipelines of components easily

In addition a number of bug fixes and performance enhancements were made.


For a more detailed view of new features and bug fixes, see the release notes

We welcome contributions, please do come and join our team.

For more information see the Getting Started Guide.

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About ServiceMix

ServiceMix is an open source ESB designed from the ground up on JBI (JSR 208) principles, semantics and APIs. ServiceMix includes a complete JBI container including the Normalised Message Service and Router, the JBI Management MBeans support for JBI deployment units and Ant tasks to install components and manage the container.

In addition ServiceMix contains a suite of JBI Components list such as


SOAP Bindings:

  • SAAJ & Apache Axis, WSIF, ActiveSOAP and XFire

Transport components:

  • email, Files, HTTP, JMS, Jabber, RSS and WebDAV

ServiceMix includes a fully integrated JCA container for high performance messaging and is fully integrated into Geronimo, Spring and JBoss.