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DataBind 0.4 Released

Version 0.4 of DataBind is now available at http://databind.sf.net/ .

DataBind is a library to simplify the persistance of Java objects to a datastore. A datastore may be a relational database, XML files, or any other type of datastore. Java objects which are persisted do not need to be modified in any way. The only requirement for persisted objects is that they have read and write methods for each field that you would like to persist.... read more

Posted by Anthony Eden 2001-12-15

DataBind 0.3 Released

Version 0.3 of DataBind is now available at http://databind.sf.net/ .

DataBind is a library to simplify the persistance of Java objects to a datastore. A datastore may be a relational database, XML files, or any other type of datastore. Java objects which are persisted do not need to be modified in any way. The only requirement for persisted objects is that they have read and write methods for each field that you would like to persist.... read more

Posted by Anthony Eden 2001-11-30

DataBind 0.2 Released

Version 0.2 of DataBind is now available at http://databind.sf.net/ .

DataBind is a library to simplify the persistance of Java objects to a datastore. A datastore may be a relational database, XML files, or any other type of datastore. Java objects which are persisted do not need to be modified in any way. The only requirement for persisted objects is that they have read and write methods for each field that you would like to persist.... read more

Posted by Anthony Eden 2001-09-10

DataBind 0.1 Released

Version 0.1 of DataBind is now available at http://databind.sf.net/ . This is the first release of DataBind.

DataBind is a library to simplify the persistance of Java objects to a datastore. A datastore may be a relational database, XML files, or any other type of datastore. Java objects which are persisted do not need to be modified in any way. The only requirement for persisted objects is that they have read and write methods for each field that you would like to persist.

Posted by Anthony Eden 2001-08-30

Project Created

Created project and uploaded first version of code into the CVS server.

Posted by Anthony Eden 2001-08-29