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From "Florian Bruckner" <...@florianbruckner.com>
Subject reverse db tools status patch integration
Date Thu, 23 Jan 2003 17:36:58 GMT
Hi Anthony,

is there a specific reason you modified the isTreeEnabled() method to return
true? This method is used in the UI to check, whether a user deselected a
table, schema or column to be reverse engineered. This method should return
true by default, unless a user deslected the element in the UI, so I am not
sure how to proceed.


> -----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Anthony Kong [mailto:anthony.kong@ufjia.com]
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 21. Jänner 2003 06:42
> An: 'OJB Developers List'
> Betreff: RE: reverse db tools status
> Hi, Jamie,
> Actually I have communicated with Mahler Thomas and Armin Waibel about
> maintaining reversedb as well few weeks again. Finally now there is
> something to feedback.
> Attached is a 'can-use' version of reversedb. It is based on the original
> reversedb. The feature of this version is:
> - It is command-line driven
> - Updated xml tags (works with 0.9.8)
> - use of other apache commons componnets such as cli and logging
> By running
> java  org.apache.ojb.tools.mapping.reversedb.Application
> you will see the available command-line options
> My goals:
> - The classes should provide the core functionality* via a simple set of
> API. Other people can add necessary gui code to exploit the functions and
> turn it into all different kind of gui app or plug-in, without the need to
> the core set of file.
> - In original version ui code are tightly coupled with the core function
> (e.g. extends propertySheetModel) We should cleanly seperate them.
> Todo:
> - -i flag is supposedly used to tell where to create a log file, which can
> help development. It is not yet implemented
> - To add a platfrom flag. This version works well with MSSQL
> server. But may
> not work with others. In the comment of the original version, it is for
> example mentioned some hack for informix. I hope an additional
> platform flag
> can be used to indicate the application what ad-hoc measure muse be taken.
> Misc:
> - I think last week, there is a eclipse plugin posted. I do not
> have enough
> time to fully incorperate the changes in the core functionality in the
> plugin. To mention a few, in the plugin ignores the system table. This is
> included in this set of source code.
> - I did not do any thing with the java code generation. I
> actually delegate
> this work to xslt to transform the xml to java. If you are
> intersted you can
> ask me for the file. But it is really really premature.
> Your comment and suggestion are welcome.
> Regards,
> Anthony
> * by core functionality i refers to schema acquisition, schema
> analysis and
> xml generation
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jamie Burns [mailto:mkgarnek@hotmail.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2003 7:17 AM
> To: ojb-dev@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: reverse db tools status
> Hi.
> Im exploring areas l might be able to contribute to OJB. A useful
> area that
> doesnt look like it has had much work recently is the reverse db
> tools. What
> is the state of play with these tools?
> Thanks
> Jamie

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