ivata masks is a library of routines developed in Java/JSP/Struts that automatically create masks and lists based on Java reflection and settings specified in XML, which saves a huge amount of time. Rather than developing input screens and lists for each value object class, you need to define just two screens - one for lists, the other for input masks. An XML file defines which fields should be displayed or filtered out in each, and the library automatically interrogates the value object classes to discover which fields are available for display. Struts messages automate the field labels based on the field name as a key.
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Release Notes: This release adds new features and makes the libraries generally easier to extend. Debug logging was improvied throughout the libraries by using log4j. Maven compatibility was upgraded to version 1.1 (older versions no longer work). New field handing for password and long timestamp fields was implemented. Support for a client session scope was added. Filter and listener interfaces on the query persistence interface make it easier to implement flexible user rights systems.