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Reusable n-tier data class object creation, supporting Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and LINQ

Reading, Berkshire, UK 05 June 2007 - Crainiate Software make details
available of the release of Objecto Framework 2.0, an upgrade to their
enterprise business component framework, designed to make it easy for
programmers to create agile persisted business objects that are
reusable, customisable and scalable, without additional developer

Objecto uses object persistence and managed database technology to
allow developers to create objects that are seamlessly deployed, saved
to and retrieved from a relational database such as Microsoft SQL
Server. The Enterprise edition includes a remoting provider and
support for clustering in a multi server environment. Now with full
support for Microsoft Language Integrated Query (LINQ) to increase
development speed and ease.

Entire CRM, Financial and other business systems created using Objecto
can be reused and extended by other developers, without access to the
original source code and without manual changes to the underlying
database. Systems using Objecto are more agile and can be changed and
redeployed more quickly.

New features include:

* Full support for Language Integrated Query (LINQ) to access
persisted database objects through the Objecto Framework provider
* Tightly integrated add-ins for development and deployment directly
through the next edition of Microsoft Visual Studio 2008
* A predesigned library of common objects for rapid creation of entire
business object frameworks.

James Westgate, Technical Director of Crainiate Software: "LINQ's
query language syntax is a perfect fit for developers using Objecto
framework and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. It provides the
flexibility of a SQL-like query syntax with the performance benefits
of a precompiled database stored procedure."

"Using the power of the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0, Microsoft Visual
Studio 2008 and SQL Server 2005, Objecto Framework 2.0 will help
developers concentrate on delivering flexible business solutions on
time and within budget" said Joe Marini, Group Manager of the Visual
Studio Industry Partners program at Microsoft Corp.

The standard version of the Objecto Framework 2.0 will be made
available for use free of charge. More information can be obtained
from the Crainiate website www.crainiate.net or by contacting

About Crainiate Software
Crainiate is committed to building high-quality, functional components
for developers using the Microsoft .NET framework. We offer powerful
and innovative products by combining our love for technology with our
creative spirit and our deep understanding of internet and windows
based development.
All product and company names herein may be trademarks of their
respective owners.


For more information, Press Only: James Westgate, Crainiate, +44 (0)
118 963 7981, en*******@crainiate.net Web: http://www.crainiate.net/

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