Following the launch of XRebel 2.0, we released two minor updates for our profiler: 2.0.1 & 2.0.2. These minor releases incorporate a few important bug fixes and improvements.
XRebel 2.0.1 fixed the bytecode verification issue with Oracle JDBC driver. It also added support for the pgjdbc-ng driver for PostgreSQL.
XRebel 2.0.2 improves the WebLogic 9/10 integration and JSP support. However, another nice feature that the happy users will discover is the customizable blacklist for session classes. It is now possible to explicitly specify class names that should not be accounted in the session size. This should be handy for when the shared framework classes are counted as part of the HTTP session.
The new XRebel has been warmly received by the users and is making its way into the software developer’s everyday toolbox.
— Kristian R. (@kr428) April 29, 2015