Created ID Summary Bug Description Workaround for Previous Versions
2011/09/28 #25 The RegionSizeFunction causes the cache xml generator to fail in debug mode The RegionSizeFunction causes the cache xml generator to fail in debug mode (enable.debug.listener=true). This issue has been fixed.  
2011/10/05 #26 When a Hibernate application uses enums, application classes are required on the GemFire cache server When a Hibernate application uses enums, application classes are required on the GemFire cache server. This issue has been fixed. You can now avoid having to put application classes on the GemFire cache server by using com.gemstone.gemfire.modules.hibernate.EnumType in place of org.hibernate.type.EnumType by modifying the Hibernate configuration.  
2011/10/07 #27 Not all GemFire cache servers bootstrapped by Hibernate Cache Module Hibernate Cache Module now bootstraps on all available GemFire cache servers. This prevents a potential imbalance in region creation for client/server deployments with a small number of clients.  
2011/10/20 #28 Modify default session attribute persistence policy from 'delta_immediate' to 'delta_queued' For the generic HTTP session replication module, session attribute changes are immediately propagated. This provides greater integrity, but reduced performance. Using the delta_queued policy batches up changes for propagation just prior to the session going out of scope (i.e. once the complete servlet/filter chain has been processed) and the response being sent back to the client. Setting delta_queued as the default aligns with similar default functionality for the tcServer HTTP module.  
2011/10/20 #29 For tcServer HTTP module modify default persistence policy to commit at the end of each request Currently the tcServer HTTP module persists session attribute changes as they are made. To fix this, enable CommitSessionValve by default in order to persist changes at the end of each request.