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From jamesst <s.ja...@logicacmg.com>
Subject Re: AndroMDA
Date Fri, 08 Sep 2006 08:03:21 GMT
I have used ibatis on a couple of projects now and will be including the 
product in my paper. The issue is that my client is very interested
in the OMG vision of MDA as they are part of OMG and have invested 
heavily in developing a modeling framework as the starting position for 
this. As such they have asked us to look into how this could be extended 
and androMDA looks like a good fit need to do some more investigation 
first as the MF already has defined stereotypes which andromda makes 
heavy use of. Over the last 2 years ibatis has become an approved 
product of our clients thanks to some work and i would like them to 
consider this for an upcoming generic database framework because it 
delivers.  I am not a huge fan of mda but my clients are. There is 
always middle ground between two ends and hopefully it will be found. 
Anyway thanks for the info its always good to get opinions and if this 
looks possible i am sure we can contribute the code if the ibatis team 
would like it.


Clinton Begin wrote:
> I think what Brandon is trying to say is...you probably won't find 
> much support for MDA around most OSS projects.  Any support for OSS 
> projects by AndroMDA has probably come from the MDA side, not the 
> other way around.
> IMHO, MDA is BS.  :-)  But that's just my opinion.  I understand a lot 
> of people are interested in it and hopefully one of those people is an 
> iBATIS user too.
> Cheers,
> Clinton
> On 9/7/06, *Brandon Goodin* <brandon.goodin@gmail.com 
> <mailto:brandon.goodin@gmail.com>> wrote:
>     To be blunt... I don't think much about it.
>     On 9/7/06, *jamesst* < s.james@logicacmg.com
>     <mailto:s.james@logicacmg.com>> wrote:
>         Does anyone know if any work has been done on using ibatis with
>         androMDA? I am doing some research for a paper but don't seam
>         to be able
>         to find out much other that people have thought about it.
>         Thanks in advance?
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