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CocoBase Integrations Provide the Freedom to CHOOSE Desired Best-of-Breed Tools For a Toolset Tailor Made to Your Specifications

 
     
 


CocoBase® provides a complete and integrated solution to the developer that is standards based and open (i.e. non proprietary). Once the data is mapped, developers have a full range of choices for persisting their data comprised of Container Managed Persistence (CMP) & Bean Managed Persistence (BMP) Entity Beans, Session Beans, JSPs, Servlets, Dynamic Transparent Persistence™ (no CocoBase code required in the object) and stand-alone Java persistence.

CocoBase's® persistence solutions are based on and follow the standards that are related to persisting data comprised of; EJB 2.0, JDBC 2.0, JMS 1.0, UML XMI, J2EE, J2SE, JDK 1.4.

Tool integrations include the following;

Application Servers - BEA Weblogic, Borland, IBM WebSphere, JBoss, Macromedia JRun, Oracle9iAS, Orion, SunOne iPlanet, Sybase EAServer, Tomcat.

UML XMI Modeling Tools - Embarcadero Describe, Sybase Power Designer, Rational Rose, Together Control Center.

Development Environments - Borland JBuilder, Eclipse, IBM WASD , SunOne IDE "Forte".

How CocoBase Expands Options for Persisting Data!
Types of Persistence CocoBase Enterprise O/R Development Environments Modeling Tools Application Servers

J2EE EJB Entity Beans

.. .. .. ..
CMP "Code Generation / No Persistence"

yes

yes

yes

no

CMP "Basic Persistence"

yes

no

no

yes

CMP "Advanced Persistence"

yes

no

no

no

BMP "Basic Persistence"

yes

yes

yes

no

BMP "Advanced Persistence"

yes

no

no

no

J2EE Other

.. .. .. ..
Session Bean Persistence

yes

no

no

no

Java Server Pages Persistence

yes

no

no

no

Servlets Persistence

yes

no

no

no

J2SE

.. .. .. ..
Java Classes (Applications) Persistence

yes

no

no

no

Java Classes (Applets) Persistence

yes

no

no

no


Standards Based:

EJB 2.0 >
JDBC 2.0 >
JMS 1.0
>
UML XMI >

J2EE >

J2SE >

JDK 1.4 >


Application Server Integrations:

BEA Weblogic >
Borland >
IBM WebSphere >
JBoss >
Macromedia JRun >
Oracle9iAS >
Orion >
SunOne iPlanet >
Sybase EAServer >

Tomcat >


UML Modeling Tool Integrations:

Embarcadero Describe >
Sybase Power Designer >
Rational Rose >
Together Control Center >


Development Environment Integrations:

Borland JBuilder >
Eclipse >

IBM WASD >
SunOne IDE "Forte" >