OpenXava 4.9.1 released: Rapid Development for Java

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VALENCIA, Spain - Feb. 5, 2014 - PRLog -- OpenXava is an open source framework for rapid development of business applications using Java. It is easy to learn and one can have an application up in no time. At the same time, OpenXava is extensible, customizable and the application code is structured in a very pure object oriented way, allowing you to develop arbitrarily complex applications.

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 4.9.1 is a maintenance version with the next fixes:
- Fix: Opening a dialog resizes the list and collections.
- Fix: In PDF reports the space for headers sometimes is two lines where there is only a line of text.
- Fix: In PDF reports the more left column sometimes is out of the report, in the margin.
- Fix: Calendar is not shown when entering dates in 'My reports'.
- Fix: ModuleTestBase.assertDescriptionValue() does not work for enums.
- Fix: It's possible to add blank colums in 'My reports'.
- Fix: true is shown always for boolean columns in 'My reports'.
- Fix: Populating initial values in 'My reports' fails for booleans, descriptions lists and enums.
- Fix: When overwriting associateEntity() in SaveElementInCollectionAction we lose the validate minimum functionality.
- Fix: Minimum for collections declared with @Size(min=) is not validated on remove elements.
- Fix: Adding elements to a collection with no cascade REMOVE or ALL does not validate maximum (@Size(max=)).
- Fix: Two collections in the same row are not well displayed with the new renderer.
- Fix: @LabelFormat(LabelFormatType.SMALL) is not working under the new renderer engine.
- Fix: CSS ox-label class ignored by the new renderer.
- Fix: Several frames in the same row with the new renderer are too close or even overlapped.
- Fix: The new renderer fails with a section with two references.
- Fix: Mark for required field is not shown with the new renderer.

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Javier Paniza
Source:The OpenXava team
Tags:Software Development, Java, Enterprise Software
Location:Valencia - Valencia - Spain
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