Sunday, August 28, 2005

[Opf3] Opf3 Wizard BETA1

Hi everybody, the Opf3 Wizard has reached the Beta 1 milestone. It’s not fully implemented yet, but does already include everything to create persistent objects.


What is included?

  • Create storages (stored for further usage) that’s schemas are automatically retrieved.

  • Detects automatically all persistent objects that can be created from the storage’s schema.

  • Detects automatically all persistent object’s properties that can be created from the storage’s schema.

  • Detects automatically all relations between persistent objects (that can be detected from the storage’s schema).

  • Add, remove and edit persistent objects.

  • Add, remove and edit properties of the persistent objects.

  • Add, remove and edit relations between persistent objects.

  • Includes One-To-One, One-To-Many and Many-To-Many relations.

  • Includes an algorithm that takes the table name and tries to create a smart name for the persistent objects.

  • Implement all interfaces that are supported by Opf3 in your persistent objects.

  • Set custom header information for all persistent objects (stored for further usage).

  • Choose your favourite output directory (stored for further usage).

  • Allows customizing everything of the persistent objects!



What is missing?

  • Creating an interface for every persistent object.

  • Creating test cases for every persistent object.



Screen shots?
The following screenshots are available right now:
001 - Welcome Page
004 - Persistent object list
008 - Relations list


How to get Opf3 Wizard?
Everybody who already bought Opf3 gets a single developer license of the wizard for free! If you buy a version of Opf3 right now you get a single developer license of the Opf3 Wizard for free!

2 Comments:

Anonymous Srdjan said...

Christian,
hope you had a good vacation...

Question: how long before we can try (demo) next version of opf3?

9/12/2005 6:32 PM  
Blogger Christian said...

It will take a little time... I guess next week the next version will be released.

9/19/2005 1:08 PM  

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