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PUM 2.x – Sencha ExtJS Client Code

… after working hard on the server-side code generation for Gemstone, we switched to the client-side code generation for Sencha ExtJS5 library. We use this library in our browser clients – therefore more work was needed to help the Javascript … Continue reading

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PUM 2.x – Modelling Associations in Gemstone

The various possibilities of modelling associations in Gemstone was the main reason to rewrite the whole association support in PUM. When defining associations you may select :n-association type, the implementation type and add various options to that associations. Association Type … Continue reading

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PUM 2.x

Ok, the milestone 2.x has been reached and the first live demo was successful (thanks to the both listeners :-)). The live demo was about * developing a small model * define some REST API calls * create source code … Continue reading

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PUM 1.9….

Some days of work and now the version 2.0 is coming up at the horizon. * The classes are now divided between API classes and domain classes. The domain classes are the classes holding the values within the Gemstone database. … Continue reading

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PUM 1.2.59

More work done towards a general REST generator (model and GUI change): -> Projects may now have a class prefix attribute. This string is added to all created classes -> Classes may now have “roles”. The code generators may use … Continue reading

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PUM 1.2.54

Critical Error fixed: when changing the cardinality of an already existing association this change has not been told to the corresponding attribute. This was a structural error in the model. The attribute itselfs does not need to have a cardinality … Continue reading

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PUM 1.2.52

Topaz CG has been changed: -> it is much better to create a bash script including the source code and put all the connection code to connect to the stone process in there. The only thing you now need within … Continue reading

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