XWork is a generic command pattern implementation and inversion of control (IoC) container. It is designed to be small, fast, and fit specifically for workflow-related usages, such as Web application frameworks and workflow engines. It provides the foundation for WebWork, a Java-based Web framework.
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Release Notes: This release contains minor internal bugfixes and tweaks to the API. It is completely backwards compatible with version 1.0.3.
Release Notes: This release adds several new features and bugfixes in the areas of validation and type conversion.
Release Notes: The biggest addition to XWork is the new ObjectFactory, which allows for tight integration to other projects such as Spring and Pico. The ObjectFactory is also very useful to integrate XWork into your existing project infrastructure. The documentation (both reference manuals and JavaDocs) has been greatly improved. There have been several important bugfixes, the most important of which is a performance-related bugfix that makes the expression language much faster. This also solved an extremely rare problem where some applications would lock up.