Apple has updated WebObjects to version 5.2.2, an upgrade targeted to users who plan to develop their WebObjects applications on Mac OS X 10.3 (“Panther”) or who use the Xcode development tool suite.
WebObjects is Apple’s US$699 Java server application development environment. It provides a suite of tools and object-oriented frameworks that let users develop and deploy scalable, reusable Web and Java applications.
Version 5.2.2 fixes incompatibilities and problems with Xcode 1.0, Java 1.4.1 for Mac OS X, Mac OS X 10.3, Enterprise Object Frameworks runtime and WOFileUpload. It also provides tighter integration between WebObjects 5.2 and the new JBoss features on Mac OS X 10.3 Server. Note that you won’t be able to use legacy ProjectBuilder to develop WebObjects applications after installing this update.