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JBOSS OPEN-SOURCE APP SERVER: DYNAMIC TRANSPARENT PERSISTENCE.

JBoss Group LLC, a commercial company regrouping developers from the state-of-the-art JBoss Open Source application server, has announced their decision to broaden their offerings for the enterprise level developer with CocoBase Enterprise O/R, the leading object-to-relational mapping tool, optimized for EJB and Java. CocoBase enables the developer to automatically generate, map and deploy CMP/BMP Entity, Session Beans, JSPs effortlessly from its editable templates for JBoss. The powerful and patented mapping technology used in CocoBase Enterprise O/R simplifies relational data persistence for JBoss applications

"JBoss's commitment to their customer is exemplified by their decision to offer an open and extensible solution like CocoBase Enterprise O/R with their own open-source application server. Together, we deliver flexible and customizable persistence that can easily adapt to all their customers' needs," said Ward Mullins, CTO of THOUGHT Inc.

"With 50,000 downloads per month, JBoss is pleased to offer its wide user base the possibility of working with CocoBase's high-end O/R mapping tool. Our CocoBase affiliate offering is part of our commitment to providing a broad range of JBoss-compatible products to enhance the choice of add-on tools available with our free product," said Marc Fleury, CEO of JBoss Group LLC.

The CocoBase Enterprise O/R Mapping tool provides JBoss developers' rapid development with fine-grained, fully extendable, Object to Relational mapping layer. CocoBase is an easy-to-use, standards compliant, dynamic persistence layer. Recent advances include its full integration with any XMI/UML Modeling Tool (i.e. Rational Rose) enabling the developers ability to generate class tables directly from their XMI/UML Models and its ability to provide dynamic transparent persistence over either local and distributed environments.

JBoss is a state-of-the-art, Open Source application server based on the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) specification from SUN Microsystems. As an Open Source implementation, JBoss is available free of charge. Implemented in 100% Pure Java, it is also platform-independent. The JBoss website averages approximately 50,000 downloads of its application a month as reported by Sourceforge.com. Its primary user base consists of independent software vendors, system integrators and consultants.
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Publication:EDP Weekly's IT Monitor
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Date:Oct 29, 2001
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