Release Notes: Various bugfixes and refinements were made. The PetClinic sample was updated to serve as a showcase for JMX export: the JDBC version now exposes a cache refresh operation and a call monitor via JMX. All users of 1.2 RC/final are encouraged to upgrade, especially if the Hibernate3 integration is used.
Release Notes: This third (and final) release candidate of Spring.NET 0.6 is both a feature enhancement and a bugfix release. Among the new features are configuration of existing objects using the Configure methods of IObjectFactory and support for environment variable expansion in PropertyPlaceHolderConfigurer. Important changes and bugfixes include strongly named assemblies and removal of the use of the DTD for validation.
Release Notes: This release includes: integration with HiveMind, allowing for HiveMind services to be exposed as Spring beans; Spring-style integration classes for JSR-94 rules engines such as Jess and Drools; Spring-style configuration for OSWorkflow; and integration classes for Commons Validator (taken from the Spring sandbox).
Release Notes: This release introduces one major new feature: support for JCA's Common Client Interface (CCI), including support for CCI local transactions. Furthermore, there are various minor enhancements all around. This release candidate is considered stable and recommended for development use. It is the last release candidate before 1.2 final.
Release Notes: This stable-for-development-use release offers some major new features like pluggable flow execution storage strategies with continuations support, support for OGNL transition criteria, and more.
Release Notes: Spring Web Flow is a core module of the Spring Framework that is a strong fit for Web applications with demanding page flow requirements. The system is ideal for Web applications that execute business processes over a series of steps spanning HTTP requests. The system builds on base Model 2 frameworks like Struts and Spring MVC, capturing your application's page flow explicitly in a declarative fashion. Spring Web Flow is production-quality software, pending official release with Spring 1.3. This preview release runs on top of Spring 1.2.
Release Notes: This release introduces a number of new features, including XML bean definition improvements, JDK 1.5 transaction annotation, JDBC RowSet support, Hibernate3 support, and JMX support.
Release Notes: This release featured bugfixes and minor enhancement.
Release Notes: The packages impacted by changes, updates, fixes, and new features were aop, beans, context, core, ejb, jdbc, jms, mock, orm, remoting, samples, scheduling, test, transaction, util, validation, and web.