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Posted Oct 1, 2002

Download TopLink Free from Oracle

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

The challenge of building J2EE applications that access relational databases is often underestimated. Coding Java persistence is time-consuming and complex, and requires database expertise.

Now there's a better way. TopLink provides developers with the flexibility to map both Java Objects and Entity Beans to a relational database schema without constraining application architecture or database design.

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  • Java objects
  • Servlets

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  • Any database
  • Any Java IDE

Furthermore, TopLink is nonintrusive. It doesn't require any application code changes. Try it today and accelerate both productivity and performance.

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