Release Notes: The bug in Session bean code generation that was in the 3.5.5 (beta) release was fixed.
Release Notes: For general users, various templates and sample scripts were cleaned up. For IDE builders, The EJBWizard now has the ability to be invoked and driven as though it was a modeless dialog.
Release Notes: Improvements have been made to how the code generator templates are organized, reducing redundant templates and making it easier to build template libraries. The datasource mechanism has been made more general-purpose. You can define the datasources in an EJBWizard config file instead of abusing your application server.
Release Notes: Support for WebLogic 6.1, and adding all the files needed to build EJBs for JBoss that were missing from previous releases.
Release Notes: New features include support for different appservers (JOnAS, JBoss, WebLogic, etc.) via "personality modules", compound keys, and improved JSP generation.
Release Notes: Assorted bug fixes were made. Qualified data field types (e.g. java.sql.Date) are now supported. It now generates some very useful prototype JavaServer Pages for Entity EJBS.
Release Notes: This is the first production-quality release since 1.1. The user interface is now fairly civilized and code generation is much improved.
Release Notes: Allegedly, all the things that got broken when the 2.0 User Interface improvements were made have now been fixed.
Release Notes: Version 2.0.2 had a broken code generator. Version 2.0.3 (allegedly) fixes this.
Release Notes: A new, improved user interface now adapts to resized windows, different monitor resolutions, and choice of national language. It also now allows you to select ANY of your JOnAS-defined datasources, not just the first. Various bugfixes were made to the code-generation templates.