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Oracle ADF JClient support in the new version of JDatePicker

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Bookmark and Share May 1, 2006 Stand By Soft, Ltd. released JDatePicker 4.2, a suite of professional date components for Swing. An important change in this version is the renaming of the product from Java Date Picker to JDatePicker to comply with Sun's trademark guidelines. Here is a list with all the important changes:

* Added support for the Oracle ADF JClient data binding framework.
* Improved the loading time for JDatePicker, JMonthView and JMonth with over 40%.
* Dates can be arranged horizontally or vertically.
* The components are now localized for: Danish, Dutch, English, Finish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish and Swedish.
* Refactored date format methods.
* Other improvements and bug fixes.

For additional information or trial version, please visit http://www.jdatepicker.com .

Best regards,
The JDatePicker Team
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