Adichatz is built on Rich client Platform: Eclipse 4 RCP. So, rich features could be added as:

  • Data binding which is extended to relationships (tables) of an object.
  • An application data cache allows a way to optimize access to the server and provides a support for lazy loading. You do not have to develop a specific call to the server each time you want to transform the proxy fetched by Hibernate to a real bean.
  • Consisteny between different editors and in JEE context between different sessions is ensured.
  • Rich UI components as multi-page, expandable composite or Master/Detail synchronized blocks are offered in standard (see Eclipse Forms).
  • Save and refresh (cancel) actions are associated to validation process and dirty mode.
  • You can easily add your own actions (button); Actions could be easily disabled or enabled following the status of an entity (Created/Updated…).
  • Validation procedure drives the save action. As long as an error is encountered, save is not possible.
  • Adichatz was designed to be extensible.

Features provided by Eclipse RCP could be integrated in an Adichatz Project.

Editors built by Adichatz tools could be integrated in any Eclipse project.

features/rcp.txt · Last modified: 2015/10/05 17:52 (external edit)