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What I'm working on designing is a "Row Based Automation Server". Basically it allows you to define Row sources (specifically JDBC - but rould add things for XML, APIs, Flat File...), and combine them in an organized manner...
It's like if your enterprise has 3 databases and needs to get customers from one that have records in the third and forth, and put the results in a text file. You define the Row "Creator" as the first database, 2 row "modifiers" as the two other databases, and a Row "Consumer" as the flat file. Based on SQL statements, the application gather the data and dump it in a file.
[bold]It borders on integration software, and is something that I could use at my job very, very much.[/bold]
I have a project registered here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/rbaserver/
Please join! The technologies that I'm planning on using are EJB, JMS, Swing, Struts, JSP, etc... I would probably start with a swing client, and move onto creating a web interface.
Moving on to what I need...
I need a Swing guru. Basically I'd want to put together a user interface where people could draw lines between Row consumer/creator/modifiers and add things to the chain, etc... Kinda like a class digram model (kinda - not really, but kinda - I hope you get it...). [bold]Experience with Eclipse plug-in development is a plus. I'd like this application to be an eclipse plug-in.[/bold]
I need people that know SQL, and have experience with enterprise database systems. Hopefully they have access to those systems so that we could have testing locations. [bold]If you are a dataminer/data gatherer for a company with 2 or more data sources (UDB, DB2, Oracle, SQL Server, etc...), I want you as a tester![/bold]
I need people with experience with JDO because I'd like to use that on this project. Hopefully with an object database backend - but we'll see.
If you don't want this position, I could find another. [bold]I will keep you involved in the entire project regardless.[/bold]
Let me know if you are interested!
Dana
[ November 23, 2003: Message edited by: Dana Hanna ]
 
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Let me know what way I can help you.
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I think if you add more datasources (IBM OnDemand, Documentum, etc) it would be useful to me also.
 
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