December 05, 2008
Dec. 5 -- The OGSA-DAI project, a partner in OMII-UK, have released version 3.1 of their database access and integration software.
OGSA-DAI is an extensible framework for the access and management of distributed heterogeneous data resources -- whether these be databases, files or other types of data -- via Web services. OGSA-DAI provides a workflow engine for the execution of workflows implementing data access, update, transformation, federation and delivery scenarios.
The main features of OGSA-DAI 3.1 include:
OGSA-DAI 3.1 is designed to be backwards compatible with OGSA-DAI 3.0 without the need for recompilation -- data resource, activity and presentation layer APIs and service WSDLs remain the same.
OGSA-DAI is a free, open source, 100% Java product and is now released under the Apache 2.0 licence. Downloads compatible with Apache Axis 1.2.1, Apache Axis 1.4, Globus 4.0.5, Globus 4.0.8, OMII 3.4.2 and, now, Globus 4.2, are available
To download OGSA-DAI 3.1 visit downloads.
OGSA-DAI 3.1's user doc is here.
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