News: PowerMap JDO extended, JBuilder & Eclipse support
PowerMap JDO are pleased to announce the updated release of the PowerMap JDO advanced mapping & integration products.
- Posted by: Thomas Whitmore
- Posted on: September 09 2004 21:44 EDT
This new release adds JBuilder support to the existing Eclipse and WebSphere AD development integration.
Highlights in the new release:
- new JBuilder development support
- Eclipse and WebSphere AD support
- extended mapping & integration features
- improved engine capabilities
- improved logging & management
- new detailed user and reference manual.
PowerMap JDO is the first JDO Database Integration solution addressing integration for both new and existing databases, with transparent integration features avoiding the need to change existing systems.
For further information or to download a 30-day free trial, please check the website at:
or contact office at powermapjdo dot com for more information.
Good to see lots of enhancements to JDO, Is your product is the first implementation of JDO for websphere, do you have a sample document to show, how it works in Websphere AD ? what version of websphere are you supporting?
Good to see lots of enhancements to JDO, Is your product is the first implementation of JDO for websphere, do you have a sample document to show, how it works in Websphere AD ? what version of websphere are you supporting?Srikanth KoppisettyFYI, many commercial JDO implementations support Websphere. Check out jdocentral.com for JDO resources including product listings.
Yes, the JDO standard is definitely moving forward, with strong new technology and good customer uptake.
WebSphere support is for WSAD 5.1 and forward, what version are you using? You may also be able to install on WSAD 5.0 but this should be quite outdated now. Installation is by copying the plugin and license into the /plugins folder, the product is self-configuring from that point.
Have a look at our website for more info or download the free trial if you're interested,