San Jose, Calif. August 13, 2003: Mixing Java with SQL is complicated, error-prone, and boring. Java developers are either frustrated with challenges associated with tedious low-level infrastructure coding or overwhelmed by over-engineered data integration frameworks. JDX 4.1, the latest version of innovative and patented Object-Relational Mapping (OR-Mapping) technology solves the complex problem of persistence for Java/J2EE applications by eliminating endless lines of JDBC/SQL code. The new version offers an enhanced JDXStudio GUI tool, improved configuration of example programs with ANT scripts, a bundled lightweight database engine, and performance optimizations.
“Bridging the gap between the worlds of object-oriented applications and relational databases is one of the toughest issues faced by developers today,” stated Damodar Periwal, Software Tree’s President. “JDX provides a simple, practical, and robust OR-Mapping solution to this labor-intensive problem. With JDX, programmers don’t get bogged down with complex methodologies and over-arching frameworks. JDX gives them the control they need to be effective developers, thus helping them create more flexible and higher quality applications faster.”
Why struggle with data integration programming efforts requiring long working hours and weekends away from your family? Get the fun back into Java/J2EE programming with JDX. Not convinced? Try a 21-day eval version of JDX 4.1 for FREE and see for yourself how this powerful and practical OR-Mapper can give you more opportunities to hit the beach or go to the mountains this summer.
About Software Tree
Founded in 1997, Software Tree is a Silicon Valley-based technology leader in providing superior software infrastructure that simplifies data integration. Software Tree has licensed JDX to leading-edge organizations around the world, such as British Telecom, Xerox, CNT, Los Alamos National Labs, UAB Medical Center, Electronic Arts, and Darden Business School. For more information, visit http://www.softwaretree.com.