What is Framework for Application Data and Sources?
Framework for Application Data and Sources (FADS) is a framework for reading
and writing data in multiple formats to multiple destinations. FADS simplifies
the process of creating application simulators by taking care of these
"services" that an application might provide.
FADS can run in either an automatic or manual mode. It provides a mechanism
for plugging in the application simulator, so that the only other necessary
input is the business logic.
If the simulator requires a GUI, it must be created manually. The most common
reason for providing a GUI in a simulator is for creating and viewing the
application data. FADS can import application data and display it in a tree
format, perhaps making a GUI unnecessary.
Framework for Application Data and Sources (FADS) uses Java to create new
application simulators with multiple formats quickly and easily. This allows
developers more time for building, prototyping, and do*****enting solutions. It
is supported by JDBC (database), JMS (messaging), and FTP.
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