Release NotesAugust 25, 2003
About ULC 5.1.3
ULC 5.1.3 is a minor update to ULC release 5.1.2. It includes the following new features:
- Bug fixes.
- Implemented feature requests.
- New sample application product catalog with a rich GUI showing a tree, table and tabbed layout.
Version NotesThis build is based on ULC 5.1.2 Please see the ULC 5.1.2 release notes for additional information.
Release Structure ChangesThe following directories are added to the release structure of ULC 5.1.1:
ulc-5.1 base ULC base framework src ulc-base-src.jar source stubs for the base module container J2EE server integration ejb EJB container integration src ulc-ejb-src.jar source stubs for the ejb module servlet servlet container integration src ulc-servlet-src.jar source stubs for the servlet module environment client environment integration applet applet deployment src ulc-applet-src.jar source stubs for the applet module jnlp jnlp deployment src ulc-jnlp-src.jar source stubs for the jnlp module standalone standalone deployment src ulc-standalone-src.jar source stubs tor the standalone module
The ejb and the ide module have been removed from the trial release.Please see the ULC 5.1 release notes for more information on the general release structure.
|603||cannot use ulc applet with Websphere (ConnectorException: session no longer available)|
|604||to access a user parameter with jnlp, one has to call ClientContext.getUserParameter("-paramName")|
|611||change class reloading behavior in DevelopmentRunnerGui for excluded packages to be as in JUnit||The behavior is now as follows:
|614||Provide a way to enable full code completion for ULC libraries in IDEs||ULC now comes with source code stubs that contain the necessary information. Register these stubs in your IDE to enable full code completion. The stubs can be found in src folders located in each module directories.|
- When closing the browser window with the UI Engine running as an applet, the Java Plugin sometimes enters a deadlock leaving no other choice than killing the browser process. This is a Java Plugin bug not a ULC one (see Java Bug Database). This problem only affects Java Plugin 1.4.1 on the Windows XP platform without service pack 1, all other plugin versions and platforms seem to work fine.