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Component Conversion Utility

The Component Conversion Utility is designed to minimize the time needed to create skeleton code in a variety of languages. Given a database connection, for example, the CCU can use existing tables to create Java files replete with accessors, mutators, and common methods. In addition to translating programming languages, it allows a user to define entities/attributes in a friendly GUI. Supported languages include Java, HTML/JavaScript, XML, SQL, VB/ASP .Net, and C.

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Recent releases

  •  23 Dec 2003 09:28

    Release Notes: This release allows the user to launch an editor from eitin the application, includes fixes for several code generation bugs, and saves preference changes to permanent storage.

    •  31 Mar 2003 12:08

      Release Notes: In this version, support for EJBs was added. The installer was updated to include a JVM test.

      •  07 Oct 2002 20:42

        Release Notes: Support for ASP .Net web forms was added. Also, numerous bugs were squashed.

        •  14 Sep 2002 01:18

          Release Notes: The CCU now supports array-type attributes. The user interface has been modernized and setup to allow for cleaner resizing. The database import feature has now been tested and made to work with MySQL. Numerous bugfixes have also been made.

          •  28 May 2002 20:43

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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