zCFac automatically generates Java, SQL, and HTML for dynamic web applications. Handles data access, dynamic searches, navigation, display, and access. Provides options for various edit widgets, search level, and hooks for custom code.
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Description: zCFac automatically generates Java, SQL, and HTML for dynamic web applications. The classes handle data access, dynamic searches, navigation, display, and access. Provides options for various edit widgets, search level, and hooks for custom code. zCFac uses a common description to automatically generate consistent. * Java Business Object with gets and sets for parameters. * Java Display and Query manager files that handle the display, editing, listing of objects in a JSP/servlet application. * SQL statements to create the schema, initialize rows, and form queries. * HTML documentation of the objects. * JSP statements to connect the object to a web appliation. The manager classes use the package com.edenllc.util to provide the following functions * data access with JDBC * dynamic queries based on user defined criteria * CRUD (create, read, update, delete) functions * navigation button for next, previous, etc * dynamic forms based on role and user preferences * role based access to objects and forms * facilities for time and calendar display
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