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[fleXive] Java EE 5 framework 3.0

09.12.2008
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We are proud to announce the major release of the 3.0 version of [fleXive]. The feature complete major release is now available for the community after a successful testing and evaluation period.

Key features include:

  • Dynamic mapping and definition of hierarchical XML-like data structures to relational databases featuring a lot of (optionally multilingual) data types
  • Content manipulation with no need to create custom DAO’s
  • Internationalization (data and user interface)
  • Versioning / History
  • Import and export of content and data structures
  • Workflows
  • Security using access control lists (ACLs) ruling mandators, roles/groups/users at the granularity level of your choice (type, instance, workflow and property permissions)
  • Event based JSR-223 Scripting
  • Manage and conveniently access your data in a virtual tree-like file system
  • Loads of ready to use JSF components supported by Yahoo! User Interface (YUI)
  • Powerful SQL-like query engine
  • Caching
  • Mandator and ASP support

[fleXive] comes with an intuitive and comprehensive backend application. It provides feature rich graphical user interfaces to model and organize data structures and contents. This includes security and workflows, building search queries, administer user accounts and usergroups as well as scripting.

Relying on latest Java EE standards, [fleXive] ensures easy integration and interaction with Java enterprise software and frameworks. [fleXive] key technologies use and support:

  • Java 5
  • EJB 3.0
  • JSF 1.2 / Facelets / Ajax4JSF / Richfaces / YUI
  • Runs on popular JavaEE 5 Open Source Application Servers like Glassfish v2 and JBoss
  • JSR-223 compatible Scripting Languages like Groovy, JRuby or Rhinoscript if running on Java 6

Download [fleXive] 3.0.0
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