With the release of version 1.0.0 of Ervacon Spring Web Flow, the project will be discontinued. As has been widely publicized, Spring Web Flow is now an official sub project of the Spring Framework and is further developed under that umbrella.
We advice all users of Ervacon Spring Web Flow to migrate to the current release of Spring Web Flow. Visit the Spring Web Flow Portal for more information, download links and support options.
This library provides web flow functionality for the Spring Framework. A web flow captures the page flow in (part of) a web application using a simple XML definition, allowing you to split a large application into several parts. For an in depth look at web flows and the functionality they offer, read Spring Web Flows: A Practical Guide. This article also offers help building a web application based on web flows and the Spring Framework by discussing a sample application.
The Spring Web Flow system uses a BSD license, so basically you can use it in any way you see fit.
To make use of Spring Web Flows, you will need the following dependencies in your classpath:
The Spring Web Flows Subversion source repository is available at the following URL:
You can also directly browse the latest revision.
The Spring Web Flow implementation is distributed as a zip archive. After downloading this archive you will need to unzip it. Use whatever program is available to you to do this, e.g. WinZip if you're using a MS Windows system.
The distribution archive contains the Spring Web Flow jar file, together with documentation and source code.
|Version||Size||Download link||What's new?|
|1.0.0 - 28/12/2005||~239KB||springwebflow1.0.0.zip||changelog.txt|
|0.9.0 - 17/03/2005||~238KB||springwebflow0.9.0.zip|
|0.8.0 - 26/02/2005||~190KB||springwebflow0.8.0.zip|
|0.7.0 - 17/12/2004||~186KB||springwebflow0.7.0.zip|
|0.6.0 - 19/11/2004||~164KB||springwebflow0.6.0.zip|
|Important remark: When upgrading to version 0.6.0 or later you need to make a small modification to the web flow bean definitions in your Spring application context XML file: the class com.ervacon.springframework.web.servlet.mvc.webflow.WebFlow was renamed to com.ervacon.springframework.web.servlet.mvc.webflow.SimpleWebFlow, so you should change your bean definitions accordingly!|
|0.5.2 - 02/11/2004||~109KB||springwebflow0.5.2.zip|
Any remarks, requests, bug reports or other comments that you might have regarding Spring Web Flow can be send to: