The OpenXava approach for rapid development differs from those that use visual environments (like Visual Basic or Delphi) or scripting (like PHP). Instead, OpenXava uses a model-driven development approach, where the core of your application are Java classes that model your problem. This means you can stay productive while still maintaining a high level of encapsulation.
OpenXava 5.0.1 is a maintenance version with the next fixes:
- Focus navigation improved for list filter fields.
- Date format in editors with date and time improved for Catalonian and French.
- Some new common use labels to be used in applications.
- Fix: Module as key in i18n labels file breaks the name and module description resolution for all modules.
- Fix: Message of ValidationException from setter not shown to the user on create.
- Fix: Labels placed incorrectly in properties not in the first column.
- Fix: Incorrect properties alignment in some cases.
- Fix: Icons in properties with label format SMALL are shown on left instead on top.
- Fix: Too much space between UI elements.
- Fix: Unique constraint custom message is not displayed with embedded classes.
- Fix: When focus lost with tab key from a date field in the list filter part of the date field is hidden.
- Fix: Two collections in the same row are wrapped with a very ugly frame.
- Fix: In DateTimeSeparatedCalendar editor when the time is not specified the value is null, even if the date exists.
- Fix: Entering 2 digits for year in editors with date and time creates a date of first century.
- Fix: XML component applications without persistence.xml does not start with OpenXava 5.
- Fix: @AssertTrue fails with @Id and @GeneratedValue(
- Fix: GROOVY_DSL_SUPPORT problem compiling with Eclipse in some machines.
- Fix: Dates in descriptions list not well formatted, really it used just toString() for all data types.
- Fix: Property label definition in XML components takes preference over i18n files.
- Fix: View.getCollectionSelectedValues()
- Fix: Totals are not recalculated with element collections sometimes.
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