Santa Clara, Calif. December 20, 2006: Software Tree has released JDX 4.7, the innovative and versatile Object-Relational Mapping (OR-Mapping) software that significantly accelerates the development of Java applications by eliminating tedious, low-level JDBC/SQL coding for persistence. The new version adds many enhancements based on user feedback and an example directory for the MySQL database.
Following some well-researched KISS (Keep It Simple and Straightforward) principles, JDX offers a simple, fast, dynamic, non-Intrusive, and lightweight O/R Mapping solution. JDX works with most of the popular databases including Oracle, IBM DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, Access, Sybase, and MySQL.
JDX 4.7 also adds support for attributes whose values are automatically initialized by the underlying database system. Additionally, the new version has enhanced trapping and reporting of exceptions.
A free 21-day evaluation version of JDX OR-Mapper is available from Software Tree’s web site at http://www.softwaretree.com.
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 its products 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.
Note: JDX and “The KISS OR-Mapper” are trademarks of Software Tree. Java is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems. All other marks are the property of their respective owners.