(PRWEB) January 3, 2005
realMethods announces enhanced support for Web Service in version 4.0 of its J2EE application framework. A realMethodÂs generated application can be automatically bundled with the necessary WSDD files, components, and ApacheÂs Axis SOAP engine. Importantly, a developer codes to a well defined set of generated application business delegates (POJOs), which internally handle the SOAP communication to a generated application Session faÃ§ade.
ÂThe purpose of ÂWeb Service EnablementÂ is clearly significant, but what is getting lost is the ability to generate the components that are to be enabled. Our framework continues to elegantly tie together UML, patterns, and the application model. Â, says Steven Randolph, CTO of realMethods. Â A J2EE framework should have two aspects to it. The first is patterns based code generation from the presentation tier all the way to the persistence tier. The second is services that can be leveraged and extended by a developer. Without source code, the latter is highly unlikely. We continue to offer source code with each license scenarios.Â
The realMethods Framework continues to lead the J2EE tools space in providing complete application model generation, allowing for the selection of design patterns to support. Unlike other ÂframeworksÂ, realMethods provides code generation and framework services on the J2EE presentation, business, and integration tiers. Optional integrating of successfully popular open source efforts, such as Struts and Hibernate, support the frameworkÂs ability towards openness.
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.
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