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From "Jeff Butler" <jeffgbut...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: iBatis ibator 1.1 is a triumph
Date Thu, 17 Apr 2008 19:59:14 GMT
Well...thanks for the vote of confidence!  I'm glad that ibator is bring
some value to your projects.

If anyone knows of a good open source HTML to PDF translator, I'd be happy
to incorporate it into the ibator build.  I know there's a way to do it with
XHTML->FO->PDF, but I haven't spent much time investigating it.

Jeff Butler

On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 8:42 AM, Robert Glover <robertgloverjr@yahoo.com>

>     I am so happy with iBatis ibator 1.1.  The new updateByExample is
> exactly what I needed.  And the new  countByExample will save me a great
> deal of time as well.  The Eclipse plug-in installed flawlessly into  BM
> Rational Application Devloper 7, i.e., "RAD 7".  Plus, the ibator eclipse
> plug-in installed a comprehensive online help system that is accessible from
> the RAD 7 help system.
>     I do wish however that I could print out the ibator user manual so
> that I can keep it in hard copy formal.  The user manual that comes with the
> ibator download is in html and does not lend itself to printing in one shot.
>     Finally, I wish there was a way to show support for iBatis and iBatis
> ibator.  It needs to gain wider recognition because it is much more useful
> and easier to use than its competitors.  Ibator especially is not nearly as
> widely known as it should be.  I personally spoke with the author of "POJOs
> in Action: Developing Enterprise Applications with Lightweight Frameworks"
> and even though that book covers iBatis, the author had never heard of
> Abator until I told him about it.
>    In conclusion,  iBatis ibator rocks.  Let's get the word out to more
> people about it.
> Robert Glover

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