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CRUD Patterns and Frameworks

 
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Create, retrieve, update, delete. It seems like this would be a great oppurtunity for a pattern and/or a framework. Has anyone written such a thing? If so where is it? If not, why not?
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Read the Object-Relational mapping patterns in Martin Fowler's Enterprise Application Architectures.
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That is indeed a fantastic resource. I won't be surprised if his book (IIRC out in November) becomes a standard along with the GoF _Design Patterns_.
However, that is not quite what I'm asking about. Let me see if I can be more specific. One thing I'd like is a CRUD framework that I can leverage to build GUIs against a database. It seems like something that could be written, and I'm wondering if it already has been.
Perhaps the problem is too general to write into a framework? Alternatively, perhaps there are too many concrete decisions (constraints) necessarily imposed on such a system.
 
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Do you just mean a Java persistence framework? There are lots of open source ones available, like Castor, Turbine, and others. Do a google search on those two terms and you should be able to see them.
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Nope, that's not what I'm talking about. I think I'll narrow the scope of my query and post to the Java GUI forum instead.
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Perhaps http://www.nakedobjects.org/ is what you are looking for???
[ October 02, 2002: Message edited by: Ilja Preuss ]
 
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Originally posted by Ilja Preuss:
Perhaps http://www.nakedobjects.org/ is what you are looking for???
[ October 02, 2002: Message edited by: Ilja Preuss ]


No but that's a really cool link, thanks! (And actually it's pretty close )
 
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