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 TierDeveloper  -  Version  5.6

TierDeveloper 5.6 is the industry standard for Object to Relational mapping and code generation tool that helps you rapidly design, generate and deploy middle-tier-objects for your enterprise applications. It is designed to enable developers to build BUSINESS FRAMEWORKS with an instant increase in productivity and at the same time greatly simplifying the management of change.


- .NET Framework 2.0 Support
- Visual Studio .NET 2005 Integration
- New Mapping Wizard provided to do N-N Mapping
- Seperation of Domain Object from Persistence Layer
- Custom hooks in a seperate independent .NET Assembly
- Integration Layer provided
- .NET components
- ASP.NET pages
- XML/XSLT
- Web Services
- C# and VB.NET
- Supports OLEDB, SqlDB and OraDB Data Providers
- Object Binding
- Lazy Loading

- Web Services

- BEA WebLogic
- IBM WebSphere
- Oracle 9iAS

Database Support
- SQL Server 7.0/2000/2005
- Oracle 8i/9i/10g
- IBM DB2 7.1/8.1
- Ms Access 2000 or later

Program Details
Publisher Name alachisoft
Publisher Mail Click here to send a mail to the publisher
Software Home Page http://www.alachisoft.com/rp.php?dest=/tdev/overview.html
Platforms Windows 2000Windows NT 4.xWindows XP
File Size 22265 KB
File Date 4/26/2007
License
Price $1495
Expires On
Expires After 30
Other Expiration Info
Install/Uninstall Support Install & Uninstall
Record Update 2/6/2008