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From "Antonio Gallardo" <agalla...@agsoftware.dnsalias.com>
Subject Re: SQL Editor
Date Tue, 04 Feb 2003 05:56:47 GMT
Ugo Cei dijo:
> Jeremy Quinn wrote:
>> What I meant was that in order to get to the point where you have the
>> whole process controlled by such a simple flowscript you had to do
>> lots  of other very complex stuff to sit behind it.
>
> Not at all. Form population and validation is from XMLForms, persistence
>  is Hibernate, and flow is ... well ... flow. The only code I've written
>  is simple flowscripts of the kind you've seen and a few simple beans,
> mostly a bunch of properties with getters and setters which, by the way,
>  are generated by the editor (jEdit or Eclipse).

Master,
Can you show us the light? As I posted before I never used beans. But
after seeing some comments here. I feel as something is missing to me. I
want to do Java Beans. I use jEdit to work. :-)

> If I were lazier, I'd  even use XDoclet to generate the Hibernate
> mapping files from javadoc comments in the source.

This is interesting too. How it works?


Antonio Gallardo
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> Believe me, you can't get simpler than that.
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> 	Ugo
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