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Prevayler 1.03 ================== Prevayler is the free-software prevalence layer for Java. It is ridiculously simple (therefore robust) and provides transparent persistence for native Java objects. Allows object queries to run 3 to 4 orders of magnitude faster than using a database through JDBC. This release (1.03) increases transaction processing scalability by serializing multiple concurrent Commands in parallel, in different commandLog files. See Javadoc. Requirements ================ Prevayler requires Java 1.2 or greater. The GUIs for some of Prevayler's demo applications require Java 1.3 or greater. This version of Prevayler was tested using JDK1.3.1_01. Build Procedure =================== To build and run Prevayler you compile the source code directly. This ensures maximum JDK compatibility. Main Prevayler Classes ========================== The following classes have the main() method and can be run directly. They are self explanatory. 1) org.prevayler.demos.demo1.Main - A tiny application that calculates prime numbers and stores them using Prevayler. 2) org.prevayler.demos.demo2.Main - A bank application using Prevayler. Requires Java 1.3 or greater because of the GUI classes used. 3) org.prevayler.test.scalability.ScalabilityTest - Runs manipulation and query scalability tests against Prevayler and any JDBC database. Just follow the instructions. 4) org.prevayler.test.FullTest - The functional tests used to test Prevayler during development. More Learning Resources =========================== 1) Javadoc - Included in this distribution. 2) Source Code - Prevayler's implementation (org.prevayler.implementation) has less than 300 statements. 3) http://www.prevayler.org - Access to all other Prevayler resources. Contact Information ======================= If you have any trouble or doubt running Prevayler, please mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Ideas and suggestions on how to simplify the project are welcome too. Thanks, The Prevayler Team.