I don't know what to say... I've not used D2JC myself, and only
investigated it from the perspective of distributing Cayenne
What I was planning for JStaple is a different story. And this is an
XML bindings layer that describes ... umm... bindings, with view that
can still be written in Java. I have an upcoming article that explains
the design in more detail. But basically I take more of a WO/Tapestry
component design approach. As it is extremely flexible, lots of other
things can be built on top of it (including fully declarative view)...
Anyway, if you are interested in discussing this in more details, I
suggest JStaple mailing list - http://objectstyle.org/jstaple/
On Sep 10, 2004, at 8:37 AM, Ashley Aitken wrote:
> Howdy All,
> Hope you had a good holiday Andrus.
> Any comments on the WebObject's XML-based UI specification in D2JC
> (both rule-based and manually specified) and its integration with EOF?
> Is this similar to what you are thinking of? An XML-specified
> controller-hierarchy ... Could it be integrated with a visual GUI
> builder that saved into the XML format?
> I know it is WO-only, but as a model for something open-source (as EOF
> was a model for Cayenne, at least at the start)?
> Is there anyone on list who has used it enough to comment?
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