This tool can be used for generating base code (data access layer, business logic layer, presentation layer, startup project, application server, think client) for multi-tier applications which work with databases.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:13
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
This tool can be used for generating base code (attributes, data access layer, business logic layer, presentation layer, startup project, application server, think client) for multi-tier applications which work with databases. An application generated by this tool can be run and work with the database without additionally changes to its code.
-This great tool generates fully-functional MDI WinForm database applications;
-This great tool reduces hand-created code;
-This great tool generates fully WinForm user interface (generate user interface controls, data binding for user interface control and business object, generate validating code and etc);
-This great tool generate separate code for UI and Business logic layer (enhance maintainability);
-This great tool makes free from hand-created SQL query, but you may do this (if it is necessary);
-This great toll generetaes code that extensibility to accommodate business logic.
Current version of this tool supports MS SQL Server 2000
Current version of this tool supports C# 2003 (WinForm)
Current version of this tool supports C# 2005 (WinForm)
Each table of database must have primary key.
The primary key must have only one field.
Base code contains five separate projects. Each project is a tier in the multi-tier architecture. Each project contains classes. Each class has according table in the database. Physically each class separates into two classes, base class and custom class.
Base class contains some base methods (CRUD - create, read, update, delete for each table) and/or fields that work with database. Base classes are auto-generated and hand editing base classes is not recommended.
Custom classes just inherit base classes and they are using for realizing specifically business logic of your application.