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In addition to the Java 8 related changes, Bean Validation 2.0 will seek to address further feature requests and improvements raised by the community.
Potential examples for such features are: * Simpler constraint ordering on single properties * Custom payload for constraint violations * Separate the notion of message interpolation and retrieval of message bundles * Clarification of ambiguities found in Bean Validation 1.1 * Alignment with the JDK 9 modular environment * Constraint Violation Exception builder * Validate an object graph assuming a list of changes to be applied Note that this list is not exhaustive but gives a good representation.
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