Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) December 16, 2004
realMethods announces the integration and support for Hibernate, the extremely popular object/relational persistence and query service. Version 4.0 of the realMethods J2EE Framework allows developers to optionally select Hibernate as the handler of persistence in both EJB and non-EJB application model scenarios. Hibernate is open sourced and is released under the LGPL.
Version 4.0 continues to demonstrate realMethodÂs commitment to simplifying the development and execution of J2EE technologies. The frameworkÂs code generation capabilities leads the J2EE tool market in the amount of application functionality generated, as well as the number of different patterns and application models available. Being a Model Driven Architecture (MDA) compliant tool, the framework and its code generator support and enforce the promise of a single platform independent model used to deliver one or more platform specific models.
Hibernate integration within v4.0 further illustrates realMethods superiority in both generating fully functional J2EE applications, as well providing key application run-time services such as logging, security, and a configurable application cache.
realMethods is a provider of a framework used by organizations to simplify the consistent delivery of design patterned based J2EE applications. The framework is compliant with the OMGÂs MDA standard, and is a complete implementation of the core J2EE design patterns. Customers use the realMethods Framework to build enterprise J2EE applications within both domestic and foreign industries across many vertical markets including insurance, financial services, education, and government.