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See the good, the bad, and the ugly of your SQL Server data with OneClickRevelation(tm)

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Software Tree Revs Up JDX OR-Mapper
With Innovative And High-Performance Features

Software Tree has announced JDX 4.5, the versatile and patented
Object-Relational Mapping (OR-Mapping) software that significantly
accelerates the development of Java/J2EE applications by eliminating
tedious, low-level SQL coding for persistence. The novel feature of
OneClickRevelation(tm) provides instant and interactive insight into
existing data residing in relational sources including SQL Server.
Object caching provides super-fast access to business objects from
high-performance memory cache, thereby avoiding costly database trips.
A third-party clustered cache like Tangosol Coherence can optionally
back the object cache.

The new OneClickRevelation feature of JDXStudio(tm) GUI tool unlocks
and presents relational data in an intuitive graphical format with
just one click of a button. This innovative method enables application
developers to quickly and easily view and analyze their data, offering
them fresh insights and approaches to harness the power of the data
without requiring a single line of programming.

Object caching improves query performance significantly. By finding
objects in the local memory cache, this feature avoids time-consuming
trips to the database, resulting in fast response time as well as
better throughput. Support for third-party clustered cache (e.g.,
Coherence from Tangosol) further improves the effectiveness of the JDX
cache in a clustered environment.

Press Release:

JDX Highlights:

Please visit for a free evaluation
download of JDX 4.5.
Best regards,

-- Damodar Periwal
Software Tree, Inc.
Simplify Data Integration
Jul 20 '05 #1
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