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From "avinash" <>
Subject Re: CURD/CRUD: a better way?
Date Fri, 20 Sep 2002 09:36:36 GMT
            yes, we share the same problem as you do and are now in a process of developing
the components for that. we have reached half the way. ie the components that perform the
following operations are done. we have to integrate them and sell the product. the features

Target code Generation Technologies 


1. CRUD Operations
2. Data base driven Role Based Security includes Menu and Tree
3. Cascading Styles Assigner
4. Validations Mapper using the Struts one.

The trial versions of the same are going to be released in a month. we're yet to work out
a business model. However, there are a few free tools and sites also available that do the
You can look out for such sites. 

Product Goal: To produce a product that will have re-usable, customizable components in the
web kingdom.

Web Kindom is a superset of all Targe Technologies.

Target Technology: Given a specific requirement, the set of Programming Language, Database,Architechture
form it.

Front End : JSP
Backend: My-SQL
Validations: Java Script
Browser : Netscape 6.0
WebServer : Tomcat

thanq for listening..... 

Avinash M
Associate Member technical Staff
Inspira Technologies
(An ISO 9001 company)
# 8-3-214/2,
Srinivas Colony (West),
Hyderabad - 500 038.

Tel: +91-40-374 0420, 374 0400, 374 0433, 6581348
Fax: +91-40-375 6170

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Vincent Stoessel" <>
To: "Struts Users" <>
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2002 10:33 PM
Subject: CURD/CRUD: a better way?

> Hello All,
> I am here create my umpteenth form to interface with a db
> that I will be selecting, updating , inserting , deleting from.
> To save time I usually combine the insert/update form and make
> separate delete and search (select)  screens.
> What I was wondering if some angel out there has created
> an application, bean, or applet  that can generate an html form for you 
> based on the metainfo of an sql table.
> Doesn't have to be fancy looking, just working.
> this seems to be a common need for me at least. How are the smarts
> developers reducing time of this tedious task?
> Thanks.
> -- 
> Vincent Stoessel
> Linux Systems Developer
> vincent

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