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We wish to explore the use of Java annotations for object validation, specifically for content validation. The result will be a framework which should be easy to use with an existing application. The existing approaches are either part of a large framework (e.g. JSR-303), which makes certain assumptions about the application, or restrict the developer in extending and/or customizing the validation framework. We have an initial implementation of a flexible framework which can be deployed with any Java application. We have also submitted a paper on our approach to an international security conference to be held later this year.  
 
We wish to explore the use of Java annotations for object validation, specifically for content validation. The result will be a framework which should be easy to use with an existing application. The existing approaches are either part of a large framework (e.g. JSR-303), which makes certain assumptions about the application, or restrict the developer in extending and/or customizing the validation framework. We have an initial implementation of a flexible framework which can be deployed with any Java application. We have also submitted a paper on our approach to an international security conference to be held later this year.  
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We wish to explore the use of Java annotations for object validation, specifically for content validation. The result will be a framework which should be easy to use with an existing application. The existing approaches are either part of a large framework (e.g. JSR-303), which makes certain assumptions about the application, or restrict the developer in extending and/or customizing the validation framework. We have an initial implementation of a flexible framework which can be deployed with any Java application. We have also submitted a paper on our approach to an international security conference to be held later this year.

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