Release Notes: This release features an updated CayenneModeler with full support for stored procedures, a consistent look and feel, and a lot of small improvements. It also fixes a number of bugs.
Release Notes: A number of critical bugs were fixed, including problems with large CLOB/BLOBs on Oracle, CayenneModeler crashes, and primary key generation inefficiencies. Deprecated APIs were cleaned up.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, including commit synchronization issues, more reliable primary key generation, and performance optimizations.
Release Notes: This version features stored procedures, BLOBs/CLOBs, support for PostgreSQL and HSQLDB, and operation ordering based on database constraints.
Release Notes: This release contains cascading delete rules for relationships, an initial implementation of event-based notifications, parameterized queries, a simplified expression API, and "cdeploy", an Ant task for library deployment.
Release Notes: This is a point release that fixes a few serious bugs found in the Alpha 5 release, as well as a number of less crititcal ones. This upgrade is really recommended for those using Alpha 5.
Release Notes: This release has flattened relationships (direct many-to-many), type-safe queries using Java Class as a root, an updated project structure, a significantly improved and updated "User Guide", and a number of bugfixes.
Release Notes: The main highlights of this release are bugfixes, a code cleanup, a new Tapestry tutorial, and documentation updates. Among the new features are paginated queries and serialization support for DataObjects.
Release Notes: This release fixes a serious GUI bug that prevented newly created DataNodes from being saved.
Release Notes: Cayenne runtime libraries are now fully JDK1.3 compatible, but the GUI tools still require 1.4. A few serious problems in CayenneModeler that could potentially corrupt model files were fixed, and there is now "derived" entities support, and GROUP BY support. There were some bugfixes, documentation updates, and a few convenience features and performance improvements.