Release Notes: The framework is now fully based on the Java EE 6 architecture. The Imixs Workflow engine can be deployed directly into a Web container using the 3.1 lightweight EJB model. JPA 2.0 is now supported. To simplify the migration of existing applications, the project structure was separated into components: imixs-workflow-core, imixs-workflow-engine, and imixs-workflow-faces.
Release Notes: This release improves the optimistic locking mechanism for transactions. A new implementation of the DataController CDI Bean simplifies usage in JSF/Faclets apps. The general AJAX behavior of the CDI components has been improved.
Release Notes: This release adds bugfixes concerning the follow-up issue from WorkflowKernel. In addition, WorkflowKernel now supports a new feature to unregister plugins. ItemCollection supports additional type-save getter methods and provides additional type-check methods. This makes ItemCollection more flexible to use when converting property types.
Release Notes: This release includes several bugfixes and enhancements to the plug-in API, and supports for HTML mail. The Mail Plug-In API was extended and provides more flexibility in adapting the Mail functionality. CDI support is now provided for all workflow plug-ins. The Imixs REST Service API was extended and now supports a new POST method for receiving processed form data in JSON format.
Release Notes: This release includes full JEE6 and CDI support. This considerably simplifies the integration of the Imixs Workflow components into any kind of Java enterprise business application. Web developers will benefit from the new version in a special way. The new release 3.1.1 provides JSF integration based on jQuery. Developers can use the possibilities of JSF and Facletes while leveraging the full power of jQuery and jQuery-UI. The imixs-workflow-jax-rs component provides a RESTservice API for exchanging data with other applications (e.g., Eclipse BIRT) and connectivity via Ajax.