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Spring Framework Training Summary (August)

(updated 2005-8-19 with missing date for Washington training). 

Interface21 is pleased to offer a number of Spring Framework training events in the upcoming period, taught by the same people who built Spring.

For full details, please visit the main training information page.

Here is a summary of the upcoming courses and venues:

  • Core Spring: Sep. 6th-9th, London, UK
  • Core Spring: Sep. 13th-16th, New York City, USA (early bird date is Aug. 19th!)
  • Core Spring: Sep. 27th-30th, San Jose, CA, USA (early bird date is Sep. 9th!)
  • Core Spring: Oct. 11th-14th, Washington, DC (early bird date is Sep. 16th!)
  • Spring JDBC Development with Oracle: Oct. 11th-12th, New York City, USA
  • Introduction to Spring: Nov. 7th-9th, Amsterdam, NL (early bird date is Oct. 7th!)
  • Core Spring: Nov. 22nd-25th, Amsterdam, NL (early bird date is Oct. 28th!)
  • Introduction to Spring: Nov. 30th - Dec. 2nd, Amsterdam, NL (early bird date is Oct. 28th!)
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Spring Framework 1.2.3 Released

We’re pleased to announce that Spring 1.2.3 has just been released.
This is a bugfix and minor enhancement release, fixing a number of
issues related to the application context startup sequence and
introducing various minor new features.



All Spring 1.2.2 users are encouraged to upgrade to Spring 1.2.3, in
particular if using factory methods and/or auto-proxy creation (as used
by the transaction annotation support). Full backwards compatibility
with Spring 1.2.1 should be restored in that area.

As always, for a full list of enhancements and fixes, please see the changelog.

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Spring IDE 1.2.2 Released

Dear Spring Community,

We are pleased to announce that Spring IDE 1.2.2 has been released.
Version 1.2.2 is a bugfix release with one enhancement. For a complete list of bugfixes and enhancements included visit http://springide.org/project/milestone/Release%201.2.2

Changes:

  • BeansView now preserves it’s state while the BeansCoreModel is re-created (due to modified beans config file) 

 

More details are available from the project’s site http://springide.org/

This release is available from the project’s Eclipse update site http://springide.org/updatesite/

For bug reports tickets can be opened via http://springide.org/project/newticket

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Spring IDE WebFlow Editor Preview 2 Released

Dear Spring Community,

We are pleased to announce that Spring IDE WebFlow Support Preview Release 2 has been released. 


PR2 is a bugfix release with a few enhancements. For a complete list of bugfixes and enhancements included visit http://springide.org/project/report/9.




Changes:

  • Full support for Spring WebFlow PR3 features

  • WebFlowValidator as extension to Spring IDE core’s builder extension point

  • Polished the graphical editor interface

  • Added support for Xml comments

  • Several bugfixes and enhancements


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Spring Web Flow PR4 Released

Dear Spring Community,

I’m pleased to announce the release of
Spring Web Flow Preview 4 (PR4). This release aligns Spring Web Flow
for use with Spring 1.2.2+.

This will be the last Web Flow preview release; the next release will be 1.0 RC1. To download, access: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=73357&package_id=148517

Note: there are some incompatible changes between PR3 and PR4. This includes a root package rename from org.springframework.web.flow to org.springframework.webflow,
noting Web Flow’s status as a standalone module deserving of a
top-level package.  For a complete list of changes, access the
change log here: http://opensource.atlassian.com/confluence/spring/display/WEBFLOW/Change+Log

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Spring IDE 1.2.1 Released

We are pleased to announce that Spring IDE v1.2.1 has been released.


Version 1.2.1 is a bugfix release with a few enhancements. For a complete list of bugfixes and enhancements included visit http://springide.org/project/milestone/Release%201.2.1

 

Changes:
  • Updated to Spring 1.2.2
  • Graph reopens after Eclipse has been restarted
  • Graph shows dependencies for interceptors and lookup-methods
  • Validator handles lookup-methods and list of interceptor names in ProxyFactoryBean
More details are available from the project’s site http://springide.org/

This release is available from the project’s Eclipse update site http://springide.org/updatesite/

For bug reports tickets can be opened via http://springide.org/project/newticket 
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Spring Framework 1.2.2 Released

We’re pleased to announce that Spring 1.2.2 has just been released.
This is a bugfix and minor enhancement release. It also provides a
unified basis for the upcoming Spring WebFlow release candidate.



Besides refinements in the JTA transaction synchronization and
SQLException translation, this release introduces a variety of internal
refactorings and new helper classes. Furthermore, support for JDK 1.5’s
XML-based properties format has been added to all relevant Spring
classes.



We have also extended our reference documentation in various areas.
Most importantly, it covers JDO, TopLink, OJB, and JCA CCI now.



For complete details on changes and bug fixes, please see the change log.

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Spring Framework 1.2.1 Released

We’re pleased to announce that Spring 1.2.1 has just been released.
This is a bugfix and refinement release, addressing a number of issues
found in 1.2 final.

Furthermore, the PetClinic sample has been updated to
serve as showcase for JMX export: the JDBC version exposes a cache
refresh operation and a call monitor via JMX now.

We’d like to
encourage all Spring 1.2 RC/final users to upgrade to Spring 1.2.1, in
particular if using the Hibernate3 integration.

For complete details on changes and bug fixes, please see the change log.

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Spring Web Flow PR3 Released

Spring Web Flow PR3 has been released. Here’s Keith’s mailing list announcement: 

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Dear Spring Community,

I’m pleased to announce the release of Spring Web Flow Preview 3.  This is a major new release with a substantial number of new features: both in terms of power and convenience.  This release is considered stable for development use.

To download, access: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=73357&package_id=148517

Note: there are a few incompatible changes between PR2 and PR3.  For a listing and a porting guide, access the change log here: http://opensource.atlassian.com/confluence/spring/display/WEBFLOW/Change+Log

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