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EclipseLink 4.0.0 Release (Released Oct 19th, 2022) - TCK Summary, New and Noteworthy - Getting Started EclipseLink 4.0.0 Installer Zip (19.5 MB) This zip includes EclipseLink 4.0.0 with the single jar packaging, source, JavaDocs, utilities, and dependent libraries. Intended for use in Jakarta EE and SE environments. EclipseLink NoSQL 4.0.0 Installer Zip (349 K) This zip includes EclipseLink NoSql support. This zip is to be used together with the EclipseLink zip (or EclipseLink bundles) to support NoSQL. This zip includes binaries, source, and Javadocs. EclipseLink 4.0.0 OSGi Bundles Zip (44.1 MB) Contains EclipseLink and dependency bundles. Get the OSGI Bundle Zip to use EclipseLink 4.0.0 runtime in an OSGi container. EclipseLink 4.0.0 Source Zip (7.6 MB) Contains source code for all of eclipselink. EclipseLink Maven Repository Eclipselink.jar and it's dependencies can be downloaded from a Maven repository.




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EclipseLink 3.0.3 Release (Released Aug 19th, 2022) - TCK Summary, New and Noteworthy - Getting Started EclipseLink 3.0.3 Installer Zip (19.3 MB) This zip includes EclipseLink 3.0.3 with the single jar packaging, source, JavaDocs, utilities, and dependent libraries. Intended for use in Jakarta EE and SE environments. EclipseLink NoSQL 3.0.3 Installer Zip (297 K) This zip includes EclipseLink NoSql support. This zip is to be used together with the EclipseLink zip (or EclipseLink bundles) to support NoSQL. This zip includes binaries, source, and Javadocs. EclipseLink 3.0.3 OSGi Bundles Zip (38.7 MB) Contains EclipseLink and dependency bundles. Get the OSGI Bundle Zip to use EclipseLink 3.0.3 runtime in an OSGi container. EclipseLink 3.0.3 Source Zip (7.6 MB) Contains source code for all of eclipselink. EclipseLink Maven Repository Eclipselink.jar and it's dependencies can be downloaded from a Maven repository.


EclipseLink 2.7.11 Release (Released Aug 10th, 2022) - TCK Summary, New and Noteworthy - Getting Started EclipseLink 2.7.11 Installer Zip (34 MB) This zip includes EclipseLink 2.7.11 with the single jar packaging, source, JavaDocs, utilities, and dependent libraries. Intended for use in Java EE and SE environments. EclipseLink NoSQL 2.7.11 Installer Zip (392 K) This zip includes EclipseLink NoSql support. This zip is to be used together with the EclipseLink zip (or EclipseLink bundles) to support NoSQL. This zip includes binaries, source, and Javadocs. EclipseLink 2.7.11 OSGi Bundles Zip (35 MB) Contains EclipseLink and dependency bundles. Get the OSGI Bundle Zip to use EclipseLink 2.7.11 runtime in an OSGi container. EclipseLink 2.7.11 Source Zip (8.3 MB) Contains source code for all of eclipselink. EclipseLink Maven Repository Eclipselink.jar and it's dependencies can be downloaded from a Maven repository. EclipseLink P2 Repository The EclipseLink bundles can be obtained from a P2 repository for installation in a target platform or Eclipse IDE. Copy the following URL into the update site location: .


EclipseLink 2.6.9 Release (Released January 31st, 2020) - New and Noteworthy - Getting Started EclipseLink 2.6.9 Installer Zip (39 MB) This zip includes EclipseLink 2.6.9 with the single jar packaging, source, JavaDocs, utilities, and dependent libraries. Intended for use in Java EE and SE environments. EclipseLink NoSQL 2.6.9 Installer Zip (414 K) This zip includes EclipseLink NoSql support. This zip is to be used together with the EclipseLink zip (or EclipseLink bundles) to support NoSQL. This zip includes binaries, source, and Javadocs. EclipseLink 2.6.9 OSGi Bundles Zip (24 MB) Contains EclipseLink and dependency bundles. Get the OSGI Bundle Zip to use EclipseLink 2.6.9 runtime in an OSGi container. EclipseLink 2.6.9 Source Zip (8.2 MB) Contains source code for all of eclipselink. EclipseLink Maven Repository Eclipselink.jar and it's dependencies can be downloaded from a Maven repository. EclipseLink P2 Repository The EclipseLink bundles can be obtained from a P2 repository for installation in a target platform or Eclipse IDE. Copy the following URL into the update site location: .


EclipseLink 2.5.2 Release (Released July 4, 2014) - New and Noteworthy - Getting Started EclipseLink 2.5.2 Installer Zip (38 MB) This zip includes EclipseLink 2.5.2 with the single jar packaging, source, JavaDocs, utilities, and dependent libraries. Intended for use in Java EE and SE environments. EclipseLink NoSQL 2.5.2 Installer Zip (444 K) This zip includes EclipseLink NoSql support. This zip is to be used together with the EclipseLink zip (or EclipseLink bundles) to support NoSQL. This zip includes binaries, source, and Javadocs. EclipseLink 2.5.2 OSGi Bundles Zip (19 MB) Contains EclipseLink and dependency bundles. Get the OSGI Bundle Zip to use EclipseLink 2.5.2 runtime in an OSGi container. EclipseLink 2.5.2 Source Zip (7.9 MB) Contains source code for all of eclipselink. EclipseLink Maven Repository Eclipselink.jar and it's dependencies can be downloaded from a Maven repository. EclipseLink P2 Repository The EclipseLink bundles can be obtained from a P2 repository for installation in a target platform or Eclipse IDE. Copy the following URL into the update site location: .


In the Evergreen distribution mode, the WebView2 Runtime isn't packaged with your app, but is initially installed onto clients using an online bootstrapper or an offline installer. Afterwards, the WebView2 Runtime is automatically updated on client machines. You can then distribute updates of your WebView2 app that use the latest WebView2 APIs, from the latest WebView2 SDK. The Evergreen distribution mode is recommended for most developers.


In the Fixed Version distribution mode, you download a specific version of the WebView2 Runtime and package it together with your WebView2 app in your app package. The WebView2 Runtime that you package with your app is used only by your WebView2 app, not by any other apps on the client's machine.


The Evergreen Bootstrapper section of the page provides a small Evergreen Runtime bootstrapper that runs on the client machine, for online users. The bootstrapper downloads and installs the appropriate WebView2 Evergreen Runtime onto the client. You can use the bootstrapper a couple different ways:


Link to the bootstrapper, using a link that you obtain from the Get the Link button. Your app uses this link to programmatically download the bootstrapper onto the client and invoke the bootstrapper. This approach avoids the need to package the bootstrapper with your app. This approach has a dependency on Microsoft's Content Delivery Network (CDN), to get the bootstrapper.


Download the bootstrapper (using the Download button in the Bootstrapper section) and then distribute the bootstrapper with your app. In this approach, you package the bootstrapper with your app installer/updater or with your app itself, and invoke the bootstrapper that you included with your app. This approach avoids dependency on Microsoft's CDN, to get the bootstrapper.


The Evergreen Standalone Installer section of the page provides a large, standalone Evergreen installer, primarily for offline users. In this approach, you package the standalone installer with your app installer/updater or app itself, and invoke the Evergreen Standalone installer. This approach avoids dependency on Microsoft's CDN, to get the Runtime.


When you use the Evergreen distribution mode of the WebView2 Runtime, your WebView2 app assumes that clients have the latest Runtime. Your app cannot require a particular version of the WebView2 Runtime for all apps on the client. By the time a new WebView2 SDK package is released, a compatible version of the WebView2 Runtime has already been distributed to clients. Therefore it's OK for your WebView2 app to use the APIs that are in the latest version of the WebView2 SDK.


For online clients: WebView2 Runtime Bootstrapper is a tiny (approximately 2 MB) installer. The WebView2 Runtime Bootstrapper downloads and installs the Evergreen Runtime from Microsoft servers that matches the user's device architecture.


If the Runtime isn't installed, in your app setup process, use the link (from the Get the Link button on the download page) to programmatically download the WebView2 Runtime Bootstrapper.


In the Fixed Version distribution mode, you control the timing of updates to the WebView2 Runtime for your app. You download a specific version of the WebView2 Runtime and then package it with your WebView2 app. The WebView2 Runtime on the client isn't automatically updated. Instead, you periodically update the WebView2 Runtime that's packaged and distributed together with your updated app. The Fixed Version approach doesn't use a registry key for the WebView2 Runtime.


Decompress the WebView2 Runtime package using the command-line command expand path to the package -F:* path to the destination folder or by using a decompression tool such as WinRAR. Avoid decompressing through File Explorer, because that approach might not generate the correct folder structure.


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Everyone can pre download the game whether or not they purchased the Founder's Pack. This will begin on Monday February 7th at 9 a.m. Pacific Time/5 p.m. UTC. You won't be able to create a character or reserve a name ahead of time. Both of these will lock in only when you complete character creation in either Head Start or official launch. If you purchase the Founder's Pack then you'll be able to log in on Tuesday, February 8th at 9 a.m. Pacific time for the three-day Head Start. If you buy a Founder's Pack during the Head Start you can play until the end of it.


If you verify that everything is compatible, try updating Microsoft DirectX. You can do this by installing the latest Service Pack for your operating system. For Windows 7, download Microsoft Windows 7 Service Pack 1. This is the latest and only Service Pack update for Microsoft Windows 7. Optionally, you can download Platform update for Windows 7 after installing Service Pack 1.


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