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New CocoBase® Enterprise O/R version 4.5, Service Release 2, integrates Oracle9iAS and SunOne 7 for QUICK & EASY Persisting of Data from THOUGHT Inc.®




San Francisco, CA. April 16, 2003

THOUGHT Inc.®, The Dynamic O/R Mapping™ Company, announces the new release of CocoBase® Enterprise O/R version 4.5 Service Release 2, the industry leader and award winning Object to Relational Mapping tool. Integrations for the latest versions of the Oracle9i and SunOne 7 application servers are now available. New features include major enhancements to CocoBase's® Dynamic Transparent Persistence™. These new innovations continue to support the "Quick & Easy" nature of CocoBase® which enables developers to cut the cost of database access development by up to 85%, a significant savings for companies.

No longer are developers required to hand-code CMP and BMP Entity Beans to deploy on Oracle9iAS and SunOne 7 as they are generated in full from editable templates with CocoBase®. This allows developers to just focus on the business requirements and not on the architecting and maintaining of an O/R mapping layer. For users of CocoBase's® Dynamic Transparent Persistence (both local and distributed), advanced scrolling and memory management facilities have been added. These extend the flexibility and scope of using such a powerful, non-invasive solution for persisting data in enterprise-level applications.

The main focus of CocoBase® is to provide a simple to use solution that intuitively takes the developer from evaluation to successfully deployed enterprise-level application in a reduced time frame. Available are step-by-step tutorials for using CocoBase® that cover the details of configuration all the way through to generating and deploying Java code. The thorough documentation combined with architectural mentoring, sales engineering resources and rapid-response technical support provides development teams with the level of service that creates successful projects.

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About CocoBase® Enterprise O/R

CocoBase® Enterprise O/R, Optimized for J2EE, J2SE and J2ME Customer Success, solves the Object to Relational impedance mismatch. The mature technological leader, available since early 1997 and in its' fourth major release, virtually eliminates the need to hand-code database access for EJB and Java Applications. This can directly decrease up to 85% of the cost of database access development for enterprise customers faced with deploying fine-grained / coarse grained relationships in company applications.

About THOUGHT Inc.®

THOUGHT Inc.®, the Dynamic O/R Mapping™ Company, architects of CocoBase® Enterprise O/R, was formed in 1993, and subsequently revolutionized object to relational mapping technology with landmark solutions and industry leadership. THOUGHT Inc.'s® global sales include customers in the United States, Europe, Asia and India. More information on THOUGHT Inc. ® can be obtained online at WWW.THOUGHTINC.COM or by calling, (415) 836-9199.

Marketing Contact: Daniel Wilson, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, (415) 836-9199.

This document is copyrighted and owned solely by THOUGHT Inc.® 2002. CocoBase® and THOUGHT Inc.® are registered trademarks of THOUGHT Inc.®. Dynamic O/R Mapping™, Dynamic Object to Relational Mapping™, Dynamic Universal Querying™ and Dynamic Transparent Persistence™ are pending trademarks of THOUGHT Inc.®. CocoBase® technology is based on US patent #5857197 as well as additional pending patents directed to object navigation, object modeling, querying and caching. All other trademarks are property of their respective company. This publication is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement, to also include any and all technical inaccuracies or typographical errors.