Release Notes: Transparent meta data merging has been implemented, which is a creative solution to keeping POJOs pure and still make it possible to declare dynamic meta data in plain Java. Other highlights of this release are: new (X)HTML template tag syntaxes, experimental Ajax support with DWR integration, embedded element priorities, strict pathinfo mapping, deprecated CmfProperty and CmfValidation, flowlink-specific datalinks, mail queue support for authentication and SSL, support for setting reflexive outputs and globalvars across submissions, and several bugfixes.
Release Notes: An important workaround was made for a JDK 1.4 bug on Windows. Bugfixes were made to some new features that 1.3 offered. Support for Derby network driver was added.
Release Notes: Pathinfo mapping for element inputs was automated. Dynamic embedded element differentiators were added. JNDI is supported. Spring integration was improved. Optional exit and output declarations were implemented. Additional callback methods, arrival redirection, and RIFE LiveGuide were added. Important fixes were made to the classloader.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release with no new major features. It also contains improvements to the out-of-container testing framework.
Release Notes: The software is now available for licensing under either the CDDL or the LGPL. Template error messages are now more detailed. An out-of-container testing framework was added.
Release Notes: After four years of development and seventy releases, RIFE is finally considered feature complete. The highlights of this release are greatly improved documentation, a content syndication framework, callbacks, SOAP improvements, attachment and HTML support for mail queue, and more production configuration parameters.
Release Notes: This should be the last release candidate before the final 1.0 release. Most efforts will now go to completing missing javadocs, creating a proper Web site, and writing some tutorials. The highlights of this release are IoC support, Spring integration, full support for redeployment, and template value renderers.
Release Notes: This release mainly includes bugfixes and minor convenience changes. This release also includes full declaration of elements in the site structure, and a new asynchronous mail queue.
Release Notes: The highlights of this release include support for Derby and One$DB/DaffodilDB databases, important bugfixes and reduced memory usage, support for constrained beans, detection of URL length overflow, the automatic preservation of serializable properties in the data flow, addition of database capabilities and compensators, support for internationalized requests and query strings, and complete isolation of embedded elements.
Release Notes: The highlights of this release include a content management framework with support for storing, loading, validating, formatting, transforming, versioning, retrieving, and streaming of various content types into all supported databases. There is support for McKoiSQL, HypersonicSQL, Cloudscape, and Firebird databases, full J2SE 5.0 support, and Janino and Groovy support for site declaration, element declaration, and template tag filtering. Defer and forward were added to elements, element init parameters were replaced by properties, there is a new ordinal manager, there is a new paged navigation builder, and localization resource bundles are reloaded.