Release Notes: FireStorm/DAO now generates DAO code for JDBC, EJB CMP, JDO, and Hibernate. New features include Hibernate support, Oracle REF CURSOR store procedure support, using dynamic SQL with custom SQL DAOs, and many usability improvements.
Release Notes: This release adds Hibernate support, enhanced Oracle stored procedure support, dynamic SQL with custom SQL DAOs, setMaxRows support, and setting of default values for DTO fields.
Release Notes: This release generates a complete persistence tier-based JDBC DAO, EJB, JDO, and Hibernate (new in this release). When generating Hibernate code (without DAOs), it produces Hibernate persistent classes and a Hibernate mapping file (*.hbm.xml) for each database table.
Release Notes: This release now includes full support for generating Java persistence code for calling Stored Procedures (Oracle, SQL Server, Sybase). Other enhancements include an improved user interface, and new wizards for generating code.
Release Notes: This version provides Struts-based JSP client generation, DAO generation from partial DB schemas, enhanced automated build system support, optimized JDBC code generation, dynamic update methods, and extended SOA support.
Release Notes: New features include round trip engineering with the database synchronization wizard, full JSP client generation, additional EJB code generation support, BLOB and CLOB data type support, and a new GUI.
Release Notes: New features include roundtrip engineering with a database synchronization wizard, full JSP client generation, support for Tomcat, additional EJB code generation support, enhanced BLOB and CLOB data type support, and a new GUI.
Release Notes: This release has improved support for PostgreSQL databases (default PostgreSQL JDBC settings are included, and it is now possible to reverse-engineer from PostgreSQL scripts and live Postgres databases via JDBC). Support for tables that have no primary key defined has been improved (insert methods are now created as well as query methods).
Release Notes: This release offers support for a variety of databases, including Oracle, DB2, SQLServer, Sybase, Informix, MySQL, and PostgreSQL. The schema import functionality has been completely reimplemented to offer support for SQL scripts from all supported platforms.