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OpenXava 4.4 goes for Java 7

Chris Mayer
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The rapid Java AJAX framework has released another new version, bringing in some high quality features

The notion of enterprise Java developers wanting a speedy web framework solution, with no added gripes to their daily development life isn’t a new one. Several options are now available allowing developers to create a UI on the fly. One such example of a rapid-development platform is OpenXava, allowing developers to create an AJAX application, purely from writing Java or Groovy domain classes. Nothing else is needed.

Don’t think it’s that simple? Check out the code below or look at this quickstart guide:

org.openxava.school.model package;

javax.persistence import *.;
org.openxava.annotations import *.;

@ Entity
public class Teacher {
   
    @ Id @ Column (length = 5) @ Required  
    private String id;
   
    @ Column (length = 40) @ Required
    private String name;

    public String getId () {
        return id;
    }

    public void setId (String id) {
        this.id = id;
    }

    public String getName () {
        return name;
    }

    public void setName (String name) {
        this.name = name;
    }

}

The latest version, OpenXava 4.4 is out and there’s been some big changes this time round such as full Java 7 support. Other new bonuses mostly relate to database controls such as the ability to total a column when foldering and filtering collections. You can also filter by range in lists and collections.

In addition, OpenXava 4.4 now supports HtmlUnit 2.9 as well as jQuery and jQuery UI 1.5.2 and 1.8.12 respectively. LifeRay 4.1 is no longer supported.

OpenXava is ideally suited for enterprises needing AJAX database solutions. If you like what you see, check out the Changelog. You can download the latest version over at OpenXava’s website. If you’re still sceptical of how quick it is with the correct tools, here’s how to create an application with the trio of OpenXava, Eclipse and Tomcat.

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