Enterprise Library 4.0 – May 2008 – RTM

18 במאי 2008

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Enterprise Library 4.0 – May 2008 – RTM

HURA !
RTM , see ? http://www.codeplex.com/entlib/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=13498

The download : Enterprise Library 4.0 – May 2008

I've first noticed it from Tom Hollander's blog, which summarizes the new featues

What’s New in v4.0?

This release of Enterprise Library includes the following:

  • Integration with the Unity Application Block
  • Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) 2.0 support and improved instrumentation
  • Performance improvements (particularly, in the Logging Application Block)
  • Pluggable Cache Managers
  • Visual Studio 2008 support
  • Bug fixes

Note: existing public APIs (v3.1) are still supported.

… And redirects to the summary in the official release notice from Grigori's blog

Application Blocks in Enterprise Library

Enterprise Library 4.0 – May 2008 contains the following application blocks:

  • Caching Application Block. Developers can use this application block to incorporate a cache in their applications. Pluggable cache providers are supported.

  • Cryptography Application Block. Developers can use this application block to incorporate hashing and symmetric encryption in their applications.

  • Data Access Application Block. Developers can use this application block to incorporate standard database functionality in their applications.

  • Exception Handling Application Block. Developers and policy makers can use this application block to create a consistent strategy for processing exceptions that occur throughout the architectural layers of enterprise applications.

  • Logging Application Block. Developers can use this application block to include standard logging functionality in their applications.

  • Policy Injection Application Block. Developers can use this application block to implement interception policies that can be used to streamline the implementation of common features, such as logging, caching, exception handling, and validation, across a system.

  • Security Application Block. Developers can use this application block to incorporate authorization and security caching functionality in their applications.

  • Unity Application Block. Developers can use this application block as a lightweight and extensible dependency injection container with support for constructor, property, and method call injection.

  • Validation Application Block. Developers can use this application block to create validation rules for business objects that can be used across different layers of their applications.

Getting started with Enterprise Library

If you are new to Enterprise Library:

If you already know and love Enterprise Library:

  • Check out the change log for this release.
  • Upgrade to V4.0—no code change is required—simply update the references to the corresponding application block assemblies and to the common assemblies.
  • Download the updated QuickStarts and run through the Unity-integrated examples to get the flavor of new dependency injection style of using the Enterprise Library;
  • Join the webcast in June 2008 (the exact date will be announced on the Enterprise Library landing page).
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  1. Joe Cohen9 בינואר 2010 ב 13:56

    While caching application block from Microsoft is a great tool for enhancing performance of small apps,but since it is standalone and inprocess, integrity issues and scalability suffers for larger application, especially running in a distributed web farm. MS has to come up with something that works under these conditions. They have come up with a distributed caching solution, but initial reports of its usage are not too favorable.

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