The JStateMachine aims to allow user interface designers or developers to design and control a UI using a UML statechart. The project currently supports both Swing and servlet/JSP UIs, as well as exception handling, access control, and I18N.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Application Frameworks Java Libraries User Interfaces|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release fixes a ConcurrentModificationException in high load servlet deployments, and a bug in handling the startup event. This concludes the pre-release beta testing, so this is the first production/stable release.
Release Notes: This release includes bugfixes related to handling default events, exceptions, and the first event from each user session.
Release Notes: This release fixes event logging from the RequestManager. Exceptions thrown from the IView.build method are now handled correctly. State.acceptsEvent no longer returns true incorrectly, and State.getUserProperties now returns an empty Properties instead of null in some cases. UnitOfWork data is now being loaded correctly by the JADE apploader. The exception message and interpretation are now separated, and a third type of authorisation token has been added, the 'sufficient' authorisation.
No changes have been submitted for this release.