I know a few of you are waiting for this. SQL2Java has a buildserver again (being hudson) which will generate builds of sql2java.
At the moment these builds will be published to a non-sourceforge server with the following address:
Every night a build is issued and stored inside the 'nightly' folder. If you want a more bleeding-edge version, take the last build from the builds directory.... read more
This long awaited feature is available as a first attempt in the current CVS repository. However it was based on code which was not as rigourous as it should. Therefore I will not release the 2.6.5 version until I get some feedback. Don't hesitate to download the source code and give it a try.
The idea I kept was more or less the one exposed in the feature request: http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=54687&atid=474470 ... read more
Before the big step to the version 3.0 (better configurability, easier development of new templates, more rigorous internal architecture and many more improvements), we would like to close a number of pending bug reports. It should be achieved with the 2.6.3 release.
From now on, we do need help to translate the numerous templates from the 2.6.3 release (CVS repository) to the 3.0 line (SVN repository).
Maybe it's time to do a little update on the project. We are working on a next release of Sql2Java wich will hold some very nice features and a lot of bugfixes. For those of you who want to help, send me an e-mail.
We know the forum hasn't been that active for a while :), but we really like to change this. There is a lot of fresh blood, and they can't wait to get started.
The sql2java team has released a new version of its java code generator which can generate a simple framework, yet powerfull, to access any database schema. The release comes with a working sample. In less than 1 hour you can create your api and start using it in production. This tool is ideal for small or large projet that do not need all the ejb infrastructure.
checkout the source code !