Jul 30th, 2009, 11:37 AM
tc Server 6.0.20.A now Generally Available
I am pleased to announce the release of tc Server 6.0.20.A. This is a maintenance update to tc Server to align with the most current Apache Tomcat release as well as to address a few known issues and provide a few small improvements for our customers.
For information regarding the contents of this release please consult the recently posted blog entry at http://blog.springsource.com/2009/07...now-available/ and the "What's new in this release" section of the product documentation found at: http://static.springsource.com/proje...wfeatures.html.
A number of documentation improvements have been made, you can find the product documentation in the same online location as always, http://static.springsource.com/projects/tc-server/6.0/.
If you're interested in downloading an evaluation copy, just go to our recently redesigned home page at http://www.springsource.com/ and follow the download link for tc Server on the right side of the page.
If you're a subscription customer of tc Server 6.0.19.A, you can download the 6.0.20.A update by logging into your account (http://www.springsource.com/spring_account) and going to your licensed download area. Be sure to read the the Upgrade and Migration section of the documentation at http://static.springsource.com/proje...gsupgrade.html if you are upgrading an existing installation. You should also review the What's new section carefully to see if any changes apply to your applications.
Lastly, look for additional supported platforms in the near future. Our QA team is hard at work certifying additional platforms based on customer input.
SpringSource, Director of Engineering
Jul 31st, 2009, 10:49 AM
tc Server 6.0.20.A Now supports MacOS and RHEL 5
It turns out our QA team was hard at work while I was busy typing my earlier forum post.
They've certified tc Server 6.0.20.A for MacOS. The build for MacOS is now available for evaluation and commercial download both. Note that MacOS bundles include tc Server and the AMS Agent, but not the AMS Server. You can run the server there, and manage/monitor it via the Agent, but you'll need to run your AMS Server on a supported platform for that component (see http://static.springsource.com/proje...at__ams-server for details).
We've also officially certified the current Linux 32 and 64 bit bundles for RHEL 5. No doubt many of you were already running there, no problem. Now you can go into production comfortably knowing our QA team has thoroughly checked it out.