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Hibernate Validator 5.2.2 released

Posted by Gunnar Morling    |       |    Tagged as Hibernate Validator Releases

I am happy to announce the availability of Hibernate Validator 5.2.2.Final.

This release fixes several bugs, including a nasty regression around private property declarations in inheritance hierarchies and a tricky issue related to classloading in environments such as OSGi.

We also closed a gap in the API for constraint declaration which allows to ignore annotation-based constraints for specific methods, parameters etc.:

HibernateValidatorConfiguration config = Validation.byProvider( HibernateValidator.class ).configure();

ConstraintMapping mapping = config.createConstraintMapping();
mapping.type( OrderService.class )
    .method( "placeOrder", Item.class, int.class )
        .ignoreAnnotations( true )
        .parameter( 0 )
            .ignoreAnnotations( false );
config.addMapping( mapping );

Validator validator = config.buildValidatorFactory().getValidator();

Please refer to the change log for the complete list of all issues. You can get the release with Maven, Gradle etc. using the GAV coordinates org.hibernate:hibernate-validator::5.2.2.Final. Alternatively, a distribution bundle is provided on on SourceForge (TAR.GZ, ZIP).

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