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DataFaucet ORM
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Author: Isaac Dealey (All RIAForge projects by this author)
Last Updated: May 5, 2012 9:58 PM
Version: 1.2 Release Candidate
Views: 82,604
Downloads: 1,848
License: BSD

Description:

Data Faucet is the collection of CFCs used to create dynamic object relational modeling (ORM) in the onTap framework - separated from the original context to be used anywhere.

Why DataFaucet? First because it came from the onTap framework and I like the pun. Secondly imagine that you want to get some water from the tap in your kitchen. How hard is it to get that glass of water? The goal of DataFaucet is to make ORM that easy.

Includes (among other things) a lexicon for Fusebox 5.

Check out the blog (see below) for code samples.

p.s. Feel free to email me directly at info@turnkey.to if I don't respond to the forum or the bug tracker right away.

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Last Update:

Supports ColdFusion 9

Requirements:

ColdFusion 7

Issue Tracker:

ID ISSUE STATUS UPDATED
11 Filters = URL creates incorrect filter sql Open 05/05/12 9:13 PM
8 IN filter foreign keys in CollectionFilter Open 05/05/12 9:09 PM
10 Binary columns not saving data during insert/update Open 02/06/09 11:10 AM
9 waterlog calling non-existent method Fixed 11/06/08 3:11 PM
2 Feature Request - Collection Filters - Dates and Numbers Fixed 08/09/08 10:18 PM

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