Release Notes: Integration with the Spring 2.0 framework. Allows for the creation of o:XML beans in Spring 2.0. Full integration with support for XML schema configuration, and the ability to mix and match beans: o:XML, Java, JRuby, Groovy, Beanshell, etc.
Release Notes: This release adds functionality to provide alternate SQL commands for different SQL dialects. db:result parameters have been updated to use SQL-type mappings. A generated nodes() function for Element subtypes has been added for quick, automatic object serialisation. o:for-each has been updated to maintain the context position during iteration. Support for SML and SML macros has been improved. There are bugfixes and improvements to performance and usability.
Release Notes: An SML (Short Markup Language) parser was integrated. Automatic testing with unit-tests was integrated. A new documentation (HTML and DocBook XML) generator, a new Stack type, and new user-defined, object-oriented database functions with db:function were added. Bugs were fixed. o:Lib 1.1.5 is included.
Release Notes: J2EE Servlet support was greatly improved, and new Struts integration capabilities were added. A new version of o:Lib was added, and numerous bugfixes and enhancements were made.
Release Notes: This release includes contextual errors and stack-traces, rewritten database extensions, and a refactored codebase. The release also includes o:Lib v1.1.0, with many new and updated library types.
Release Notes: This version includes several XPath bugfixes together with some new functionality, including attribute value substitution of expressions contained in curly braces, the executable jar including o:Lib 1.0.0, and updates to the default whitespace and comment handling.
Release Notes: This release adds multithreaded execution, regular expressions, exception handling, and numerous extensions. It incorporates many bugfixes and performance and usability enhancements.
Release Notes: This release incorporates two major new features: regular expressions and exception handling. There is support for using the ObjectBox as a BSF (Bean Scripting Framework) Engine, alongside a completely revamped node interface. Numerous important bugfixes and enhancements are also included.
Release Notes: This release adds RDBMS connectivity through Database Extensions, a node manipulation API, several improvements in the commandline and Servlet classes, and numerous other enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: New features include Java DOM integration (convert to/from DOM objects from within an o:XML program) and an ObjectBox Ant task. There is also improved core language support and extensive documentation. The download includes an o:XML tutorial and various working examples.