Open Scalable Request Framework (OpenSRF), pronounced “open surf” is a message routing network that offers scalability and failover support for individual services and entire servers with minimal development and deployment overhead. You can use OpenSRF to build loosely-coupled applications that can be deployed on a single server or on clusters of geographically distributed servers using the same code and minimal configuration changes.
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|Release Notes||Release Notes||Release Notes|
|Fresh Installation||Install Instructions||Install Instructions|
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|Download||Source [tar.gz] [md5]||Source [tar.gz] [md5]
Dan Scott has written a two part article which is a detailed introduction to OpenSRF. "This article introduces OpenSRF, how to build OpenSRF services through code examples, explains the technical foundations on which OpenSRF is built, and evaluates OpenSRF’s value in the context of Evergreen" - "Easing gently into OpenSRF, Part 1" and "Easing gently into OpenSRF, Part 2".
To report a vulnerability please email your report to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Gitweb instance sits atop the Git repository for OpenSRF and is available at git.evergreen-ils.org. Here is the running change log for the OpenSRF code repository: watch us work.
Trac sends code commits to public OpenSRF commits mailing lists: