ITCPro™ Plug-in Brings Powerful Visual Database Integration to IBM RAD

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I Technologies Corp (ITC) located in Hartford, CT, announced the release of ITCPRo ™ a new JAVA IBM RAD plug-in, that further enhances the IBM Rational Application Development (RAD) environment.

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ITCPro™ which incorporates ITCWorks™ open source application development kit integrates to IBM RAD adding significant value to the developer's working environment. Combined together they drastically reduce the manual coding required for database integration. It all translates to cost savings for the customer and rapid delivery of business software applications

I Technologies Corp (ITC) located in Hartford, CT, announced the release of ITCPRo ™ a new JAVA IBM RAD plug-in, that further enhances the IBM Rational Application Development (RAD) environment.

ITCPro™ provides a single visual open database interface for Java Developers and Data Base Administrators using JDBC compliant databases like IBM's DB2/UDB and others.

"ITCPro™ which incorporates ITCWorks™ open source application development kit integrates to IBM RAD adding significant value to the developer's working environment. Combined together they drastically reduce the manual coding required for database integration. It all translates to cost savings for the customer and rapid delivery of business software applications," states ITC's president, Steve Engman.

ITCPro™ is a SQL centric ORM++ (Object Relational Mapping) tool with a visual User Interface supporting drag and drop Object Relational Mapping from databases. The product automates code generation with real-time testing to insure that the developers are getting the correct results ready for integration to an application. It extends the company's Open Source offering, ITCWorks™ release in June of 2006. ITCWorks™ is a feature rich Application Development Kit that goes far beyond the standard JDK and simplifies JAVA application development with a focus on database integration using XML.

"ITCPro™ easily installed into my IBM RAD eclipse plug-in directory and allowed me to start generating my SQL and data value objects for a large database application I was developing that uses IBM's Universal DataBase (UDB). It also proved extremely helpful building and testing extracts from other vendor SQL databases required to load the application's IBM UDB database. In minutes I could validate the results to insure that I was getting the database results I needed. In minutes, I generated the XML SQL mapping documents and POJOs required for my Web application," states JAVA developer James Cefaratti.

Additional information along with additional live product demos of ITCPro™ functionality and ITCWorks™ can be found at I Technologies Corp company website, http://www.i-techcorp.com.

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I Technologies Corp
Steve Engman
860-478-8187

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