This project has moved and is read-only. For the latest updates, please go here.


Rating: No reviews yet
Downloads: 5
Change Set: e495e9c
Released: Jun 5, 2013
Updated: Jun 23, 2015 by jf03cg
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

Recommended Download

Application SDK Installer
application, 21980K, uploaded Jun 23, 2015 - 2 downloads

Other Available Downloads

Application Compact Edition Installer
application, 16297K, uploaded Jun 23, 2015 - 1 download
Application GPMR Only Installer
application, 3808K, uploaded Jun 23, 2015 - 1 download
Application Runtime Installer
application, 8945K, uploaded Jun 23, 2015 - 1 download

Release Notes

The 1.2 release of Everest has been hardened and contains several changes to increase the stability and reliability of several Everest components

Everest Core Enhancements

  • Creation of EverestSerializerFormatAttribute on the WCF connector. This allows developers to simply add Everest classes to WCF service contracts and the WCF system will use Everest as the serialization engine.
  • Better reporting of exceptions generated from ParseXSIType
  • Allow the casting of System.Uri instances directly to a TEL
  • Introduction of ValidateEx function which reports detailed errors with datatypes. These errors are returned in DataTypeValidationResultDetails with more detail about the errors that were found in the data type instance
  • Support for the elements in the Web.Config section of WCF services used by Everest
  • FormatterUtil program which can be used on a generated RMIM class to create formatter helper classes, greatly increasing formatter performance
  • Reorganization of many of the Datatype R1 formatter helpers
  • XML Its 1 Formatters now have Graph and parse methods marked virtual allowing for easy overriding.
  • Deprecated methods in XmlIts1Formatter were reorganized and removed

GPMR Enhancements

  • Support for compiling Java artifacts (class and JARs)
  • Support for generating JavaDocs directly from GPMR
  • Support for generating Windows Phone and Silverlight 4 assemblies from GPMR

Reviews for this release

No reviews yet for this release.