We have just released version 4.0.9 of the UnboundID LDAP SDK for Java. It is available for download from the releases page of our GitHub repository, from the Files page of our SourceForge repository, and from the Maven Central Repository.
The most significant changes included in this release are:
- Updated the command-line tool framework to allow tools to have descriptions that are comprised of multiple paragraphs.
- Updated the support for passphrase-based encryption to work around an apparent JVM bug in the support for some MAC algorithms that could cause them to create an incorrect MAC.
- Updated all existing ArgumentValueValidator instances to implement the Serializable interface. This can help avoid errors when trying to serialize an argument configured with one of those validators.
- Updated code used to create HashSet, LinkedHashSet, HashMap, LinkedHashMap, and ConcurrentHashMap instances with a known set of elements to use better algorithms for computing the initial capacity for the map to make it less likely to require the map to be dynamically resized.
- Updated the LDIF change record API to make it possible to obtain a copy of a change record with a given set of controls.
- Added additional methods for obtaining a normalized string representation of JSON objects and value components. The new methods provide more control over case sensitivity of field names and string values, and over array order.
- Improved support for running in a JVM with a security manager that prevents setting system properties (which also prevents access to the System.getProperties method because the returned map is mutable).