Luciano Ramalho wrote:
> [snip]
> The object-relational mapping mechanism WO uses, however, is very advanced and,
> in a basic level, easy to use too. Classes are written in Java by a case-like
> tool and automatically bound to tables. In fact, programmers rarely have any
> contact with SQL: all necessary queries are generated automatically by the IDE
> (which runs only on NT and MacOS X).
> [snip]

As I recall (from a WebObjects demonstartion I sat through a
long time ago), WO creates the most godawful mangled URLs
that I had ever seen. As a result, a WO site cannot be
spidered by search engines, or converted to a static copy
using wget.


Michael Bernstein

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