Thursday, September 30, 2004

Orinda Software, Ltd. Releases Eclipse Plugin That Writes JDBC Access Code for Oracle

Orinda Software, Ltd. Releases Eclipse Plugin That Writes JDBC Access Code for Oracle
Orinda Software, Ltd., a leading vendor of JDBC developer tools, today announced the availability of a new version of their OrindaBuild JDBC access code generator that is integrated with the popular Eclipse development environment. The OrindaBuild Plugin for Eclipse 3.0 dramatically speeds up development by automating the generation of Java to access Oracle databases. Unlike most database persistence products OrindaBuild is strongly focused on Oracle and provides industry-leading support for calling Oracle PL/SQL stored procedures from Java.

"Until now Eclipse users have lacked an automated way of generating Java code to call Oracle's stored procedures, and have had to spend hours carefully writing the required JDBC calls. OrindaBuild writes human readable Java to call PL/SQL in seconds," said David Rolfe, managing director of Orinda Software. "Generating such access code automatically allows skilled developers to focus their energies on the customer's goals instead of hand coding JDBC calls. In the case of PL/SQL procedures with large numbers of complex parameters, writing the JDBC call by hand can take longer than writing the procedure did."

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