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J-Mate can be defined briefly as a Java(tm) development environment. J-Mate is Dictionary-Driven, which means that once the class structure of your system is defined, this definition is inherited by other parts of the system: The database interface, forms and reports, etc. J-Mate features a powerful, n-dimensional form definition language. J-Mate forms can represent any data structure thanks to polymorphism and unlimited sub-form nesting. The form definition is compiled to create an architecture-neutral binary form definition together with automatically generated Java classes. The user may extend these classes to modify the default behaviour, or leave them unmodified to ensure future compatibility.

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