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Mission

Cargo is a thin wrapper that allows you to manipulate Java EE containers in a standard way.  Cargo is often used to install the container and dependencies needed to make your application work.   Since all containers work the same way in Cargo, moving your application to a new container version or product is a lot less hassle.

Cargo provides the following APIs:

  • A Java API to start/stop/configure Java Containers and deploy modules into them. We also offer Ant tasks, Maven 1, Maven 2 plugins. Intellij IDEA and Netbeans plugins are in the sandbox.
  • A Java API to parse/create/merge Java EE Modules

Check the utilisation page to understand what you can use Cargo for.

Development Status

Current Versions

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Version

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Core 1.0

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Released on 26/03/09

All released versions are available here.

Container Support

The pages for Codehaus Cargo have moved.

Click here to go to the new Codehaus Cargo page for Containers

News

Say hello to CARGO 1.4.13!

Dear CARGO enthusiasts

We are happy to present to you CARGO version 1.4.13. This version comes with the below bug fixes and improvements:

To try it out:

We hope you enjoy this new version of CARGO!

CARGO 1.4.12 is ready!

Dear CARGO enthusiasts

CARGO's first version for 2015, version 1.4.12, is now ready! This version comes with the below bug fixes and improvements:

  • Core API:
    • When starting containers on Java 8, the warning ignoring option PermSize=48m; support was removed in 8.0 doesn't appear anymore [CARGO-1294]
    • AbstractDeployer.stop(Deployable, DeployableMonitor) now calls stop(Deployable) as it should [CARGO-1296]
    • A bug where starting a stopped module over JSR88 has been fixed [CARGO-1295]
    • The timeout of the AbstractJsr88Deployer is now configurable [CARGO-1299]
  • Containers:
    • The access denied message when re- and undeploying on Tomcat 7 and 8 has been fixed [CARGO-1298]
    • The GlassFish remote deployer now supports the target parameter [CARGO-1291]
    • The WebSphere admin commands now use -conntype NONE, which means the WebSphere deployers do not require the container to be started anymore [CARGO-1297]
  • Extensions:

To try it out:

We hope you enjoy this new version of CARGO!

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