Release Notes: XStream is now used to serialize objects to XML, allowing BLOBs and lists to be transported transparently. Multiple PUs are now supported for domain objects and even non-DB based backends. The window life cycle has been redesigned. You can now edit code with just a few lines, while retaining full control.
Release Notes: Server and Client APIs were greatly simplified for usability and learning. The framework is now delivered as a Maven project. Full support for internationalization was provided. Also added were high availability server clustering, better documentation, and much more.
Release Notes: This release fixes a data source configuration issue in the demo project where Glassfish would not reload the server unless undeployed.
Release Notes: Examples of using checkboxes were added. Automatic support for radio button groups was added. An example of sending mail was added. The dbTransactionClass in the client does not require session parameters any more. The Tree tool API was simplified for usage, and the corresponding manual section was redone. Database dumps and scripts had a systemlog message field that was too short, so the field size has been adjusted.
Release Notes: This release includes more examples and a more complete demo project. Testing was done on more platforms, and the database snapshots that were incorrectly posted on the last release were updated. Finally, some bugs were corrected.
Release Notes: The server was redesigned to run on only one WAR file, which removes the need for JEE EAR or EJBs. The server now complies fully with standards. The server API has not changed. The JPA and persistent model API was not changed. A new tutorial includes batch process, audit trial, authorization/authentication mailer, and table browser reference information.
Release Notes: Batch processing was redesigned for executing at the server's persistent object manager. A batch processing demo was added. A dangling cursor method was closed. More clarifications on design were added to the tutorial.
Release Notes: This release is relevant for people using only the browsers and reports. An important database bug was fixed. A new API was added to make browsers read and write with combos, calendars, and custom cell widgets. Max cursors in Oracle with people using the browser and reports only were fixed. The Flush Dangling Cursors function on databaseClass was enhanced. The DesktopInterface function returns JDesktop was enhanced. The execute function of POM not working was fixed.
Release Notes: The API has been frozen; efforts are now on stability, internationalization, and super cluster. The signer bat has been fixed to avoid security warnings on startup in browser. The config file of the client is now included as a resource, and the parameter in JSP has been removed. The tutorial has been completed for graphing and the report engine. Both Oracle and SQL Server dumps are provided with demo data. Tested with free Oracle10G Express and free Microsoft SQLSERVER 2005 Express.
Release Notes: A full sample tree view implementation was added. An API was added to the tree viewer to set the root node label. The TreeView API was changed to allow the default popup menu to be more customizable. The top labels of browsers were fixed for proper resizing of internal frames. The default text field maximum size of 50 characters was removed, since it provided more trouble than convenience. Magnus locations are not hardcoded. The magnus server changed its location. Auto-calculation labels are sampled from browser data.