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OpenSymphony Core

OSCore is a set of small utility classes that are useful in J2EE and even non-J2EE applications. Components include utilities to modify text, dates, primitive data, and XML. Also included is an EJB-compatible sequence generator that can easily be used by entity beans to provide unique IDs for primary keys.


Recent releases

  •  06 Apr 2003 00:19

    Release Notes: XDoclet is now used to manage EJB deployment descriptors. Some bugfixes and feature enhancements were made to the Util classes.

    •  09 Sep 2002 18:27

      Release Notes: PropertySets have been moved from OSCore into their own module. This release has switched to using the Jakarta commons-logging framework. Minor bugs in Utility classes have been fixed, and documentation has been updated.

      •  05 Aug 2002 23:52

        Release Notes: Minor enhancements and bugfixes to various PropertySet implementations were made, including fixing database schemas so that words reserved in some databases were no longer used. Also, the JDBCPropertySet has been overhauled and works like other implementations.

        •  03 Jul 2002 11:05

          Release Notes: Updated to use the latest Ofbiz entity engine libraries, added Julian to/from Gregorian conversion, and made minor tweaks with regards to different Date classes (java.util and java.sql).

          •  19 Jun 2002 20:04

            Release Notes: Minor bug fixes in XMLUtils as well as a new DateUtil date formatter for ISO 8601 dates.


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