MSS Code Factory is a rule-based expert system for translating application models to source code.
|Tags||Software Development Code Generators JEE Java 7 postgresql DB/2 LUW Sybase ASE Oracle MySQL sql server|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The production release corrects several major defects with the manufactured Oracle SQL scripts and corrects errors in the sample models that were producing incorrect code. All of the sample projects now compile to jars and install to the databases successfully. A packaging error has been corrected, so the MySQL scripts are now included in the installers.
Release Notes: This release candidate should produce builds of all of the CF* 2.0 projects. An issue where imported project relationships were not properly carrying their "IsRequired" flags was fixed. This correction has caused significant changes throughout the 2.0 code base. Two compile errors remain in CFUniverse; this release includes the model changes necessary to correct those errors so the code should compile now for all projects.
Release Notes: The 2.0 business application models for CFSecurity, CFInternet, CFCrm, CFAcc, CFAsterisk, CFDbTest, CFEnSyntax, CFFreeSwitch, and CFGui now produce code that builds and produce installers. CFBam and CFUniverse don't compile yet. Rather than wait to build a complete project complete with a user interface from the manufactured code, the project will go "production" as soon as CFBam and CFUniverse also compile.
Release Notes: RC3 implements the X(ml)Msg layers, which provide the core functionality to serialize and deserialize request messages using XML, and to apply those requests to a database persistence layer. It is generic code that you need to subclass to wire it to a transport mechanism of your choice. Bugs in the create methods of the database persistence layers were also corrected.
Release Notes: Progress was made on an X(ml) Messaging layer. It's not really ready for release yet. This release is not critical, but it does add some interesting, partially-tested messaging features.