The Recovery Manager of the standard Store Swiftlet (file store) is now able to recover parts of the store, remove unreferenced pages etc. to ensure a clean start up after a crash with a non-disk-sync'ed file store.
Per default, the SwiftMQ Explorer now restores the state (location, size, chart on/off etc) of the last open windows per router. This is a very useful feature to have always a set of open frames per dedicated router. During the exit, the state of the open windows is saved in a file called "explorerstate.xml" in the user's home directory.
JNDI Swiftlet: Attribute 'name-prefix' added (e.g. for LDAP's "cn=") to enable JNDI replication into LDAP.