Lots of thanks. Looks like that was the problem indeed. I rechecked it in
and verified it's OK now. BTW, I found it looks better in Adobe Reader 6.0
for e-books (as opposite to Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0, etc.) Compiling them
with fop from DocBook :). I would very much like to learn about your
experience of doing Swing with Cayenne.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Arndt Brenschede" <a..iamos.de>
Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2003 1:19 PM
Subject: Re: Cayenne Data Views Sandboxed
> Hi Andriy,
> I would like to read the pdf, but it seems
> broken (text-checkin of binary file?).
> Could you check?
> We are doing a swing-app using cayenne,
> and have also some approach for building
> the client-side model, so I'm interested in
> your ideas.
> Andriy Shapochka schrieb:
> > Hi everybody,
> > "Cayenne Data Views" - new addition to our Cayenne framework is
> > sandboxed in the Cayenne Sandbox under name 'andriy'. In short, it is
> > intended to close the gap between Cayenne Data Domain layer and
> > presentation layers based on Swing. While this is work in progress, at
> > its early stages, to be exact, it seems to be ripe enough for review
> > by the members of the Cayenne developer's community. Everybody who is
> > interested in this side of the "Moon" - development of rich Java
> > clients with Cayenne is absolutely welcome to the discussion of this
> > subproject. Please see the illustrated introduction in
> > sandbox/andriy/dataview/doc/dataview.pdf. The code is still poorly
> > documented, so this pdf is the most convenient source of information
> > about the library. Once an acceptable level of maturity is archived by
> > the library it will be merged with the main Cayenne trunk.
> > Andriy.
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