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[ANN] FireStorm/DAO Database Persistence Tool for Java Programmers

Andy Grove
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CodeFutures Launches Update of FireStorm/DAO Database Persistence Tool
for Java Programmers

London, UK, November 4th, 2003: CodeFutures FireStorm/DAO is used by
corporate Java software programmers developing business applications
that rely on data stored in databases. FireStorm/DAO makes Java
software developers more productive by generating the business logic
for accessing relational databases in service-oriented and
object-oriented architectures.

FireStorm imports database schema definitions from SQL scripts or from
live databases via JDBC and then generates a complete data-access tier
based on the Data Access Object (DAO) design pattern. The generated
source code is well-written, consistent and contains documentation.
FireStorm can generate source code based on JDBC/SQL and can also
generate EJB Entity Beans for leading J2EE application servers, such
as BEA WebLogic and IBM WebSphere.

FireStorm/DAO is a powerful yet simple alternative to traditional
object-relational mapping products. Rather than attempting to map any
Java code to any database schema using complex rules, FireStorm
generates Java source code that is a one-to-one representation of a
relational database schema.

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