We shipped R8 on January 30, 2018. R7 / R6 will perform a maintenance release including defect fixes.
The theme of R8 is "Micro service compatible" and "Provide extensible automatic generation engine".We ship R 8.0 on January 30, 2018, and will upgrade the version approximately every six months.
The final version of the R7 series is R7.12.2 to ship in December 2017.R7 is carrying out a maintenance release centering on defect correction.
Detail isR7 update historyPlease see.
The final version of R6 series is R6.10 Update 11.Until January 31, 2019, a serious vulnerability was discovered in Tomcat R6 series, and a maintenance release of Wagby R6 will be shipped when an update version comes out.We will also respond to inquiries.
Detail isUpdate history of R6Please see.
EOL (End Of Life) of each release is as follows.
|Product||First release date||Final Release||Sale end date||Maintenance end date||Corresponding Java||status|
|R8||January 30, 2018||-||-||-||Java 8 or higher||In development|
|R7||January 28, 2014||R7.12.2
|-||January 31, 2023||Java 7 or higher
(8 or more recommended)
|Development end/maintenance in progress|
|R6||30th May 2008||R6.10 Update 11
(May 8, 2017)
|September 30, 2014||January 31, 2019||Java 6,7,8||Development end/maintenance in progress|
|R5||May 15, 2006||R22.214.171.124
(March 31, 2009)
|December 31, 2009||March 31, 2014||Java 6||Maintenance end|
Wagby will release in accordance with Java version upgrade cycle.
Specifically, major version upgrade will be released within half a year from Java "LTS" (Long Term Support) release.
Wagby R8 targets up to Java 11 to be released in September 2018.Since Java 17 (LTS) will be released in September 2021 three years later, Wagby R 9 is scheduled to be released in the first half of 2022.