Release Notes: This release includes 60 new features, many feature improvements, package updates, bugfixes, as well as significant JavaDoc and documentation updates. New features include Struts 1.1 integration, JSTL integration, a component manager, enhanced Junit integration, an updated log manager, a refactored login and registration controller, an enhanced BLOB capability, job scheduling improvements, and much more. The DataObject API is now an interface for data persistence that DBObject implements.
Release Notes: This release includes more than 50 new features, many feature and performance improvements, package updates, and significant JavaDoc and documentation updates. Highlights include additional Struts integration including Tiles, universal URL support, workflow capabilities, container-based authentication integration, SSL integration capabilities, refactored authentication and registration, security enhancements, DBObjects row level permissions, BLOB/CLOB data type support, JNDI compatible data connections, and i18n improvements.
Release Notes: New features include integration with Struts ActionForm, basic workflow capabilities, type-safe schema definitions and transition objects, ActionForm support in Unit Tests, and more Unit tests. Enhancements include better performance, the removal of depreciated code, an updated French message bundle, updated Sybase support, and separate test suites. ListBase and createTable were refactored. Various corrections and bugfixes have also been made.
Release Notes: Performance enhancements were made. New features include postal code verification, mapped bean properties, security improvements, auditable DBObjects, and clean URLs with lots of URL parameters. Enhancements include email address validation, support for Polish and Chinese languages, quieter builds, and DBMaint UI Changes. The dependency that dbobjects had on the controller package was removed. Some external packages were updated. Various bugs were corrected.
Release Notes: Version 1.0 of the Apache Struts has been completely integrated with Expresso, including its URL mapping capabilities, view handling, tag library, and error handling. Other enhancements include a single point of configuration, controller objects, security in multiple-database environments, job scheduling/control, login/registration, and much more.
Release Notes: Major new feature enhancements, bugfixes and small enhancements, enhanced MVC Controller functionality, performance testing, and enhancements to ease the learning curve of getting started with Expresso. It also includes two new "Example" applications, new performance testing facility for specified URLs, new Upload (Multipart) capability, new User Preferences, new DBObject, updated HealthCheck, and an updated Expresso Developer's Guide.
Release Notes: Major changes were made, including a complete package re-organization, enhanced deployment in Application Server contexts using the Web Application Archive format, enhanced Security, integration with Apache Log4j logging, Expresso XML project, and Junit test framework. It also features the introduction of single Error Handling controller object, the JSP tag library, and the ability to associate specific database objects with a particular database/context. Many hundreds of enhancements were made to Expresso's automatic database-maintenance capabilities, internationalization support, and extensions to the "Controller" package.