In the springRssreader.xml there are a few toPage and toPageflow attributes that still used the old notation (workflowname.pageflowname.pagename) instead of the more friendly url like names (workflowname/pageflowname/pagename). This must be changed for the rssReader application to work correctly, but I didnt want to release another version just for this bug.
Also, for the display tag to work correctly with paging the request uri must be build up using the action name as well (when applicable). Therefor the action name is added to the request attrbibute. This is now in cvs but not yet in a release
The springworkflow uses a workflowaction tag. In this tag it is possible to set a html class attribute. However on Tomcat this doesnt seem to work (cant find the set attribute for class is the error while the setClass(String value) method is available). I will change that but for now only resin is supported
From the release notes:
- added jetty servlet engine and to automate the tests. The tests can now be run by using ant run-tests
- added a type="back". If you set an action tag with type="back" then the resulting action will go back to the previous page the user was one. This is the same as the browser back button but the server now knows of it, and thus appropiate action classes could be called. This option is usefull when you have a page that can be accessed from many other pages, but should always go back to the page that the request originated from (e.g. on each page there is a link with "change account". On this page you can update your account information and by pressing the back action, the system will return the user to his/her previous page where the newly changed information will be visible. This is different from the browser back button, because the server would not receive a new request for the previous page, and thus the previous account information would still be visible. ... read more
Fixed a bug where logout from a webapp to a protected page, caused a bug in stead of logging in.
Removed categories, well, deactivated them by disabling the categorie options in the springRssReaderWorkflow.xml. Another neat feature of this system (now if only I could come up with shorter names).
Same version, but a new zip file, since the previous one seemed to be corrupt.
The html (chaining.html) is on the site (http://www.competities.com/springworkflow) and in cvs.
Included is checkToken to prevent double submits.
Hibernate support added to the rssreader.
Finally the user roles can be edited *cough, blush*
The source in cvs will now insert, update and delete the indexes. Previously the indexes were only created. To facilitate this, the workflow-servlet.xml now uses itemDaoSearchable in stead of itemDao
Added the lucene search engine together with the snowball text analyzer (in cvs and in release 0.9)
Unlike the summary, numerous cvs updates and submits have been done.
Latest version of the rssReader can pull atom feeds now