- unlimited number of local/remote databases for backup
- unlimited number of Windows/Linux servers (FB 2.1, 2.5 and 3.0 are supported)
- option for managing multiple backups for one database
- optional ZIP compression and FTP transfer of backups
- running as an application or as a service
- lifetime license only USD 40
DescriptionGaffr.net is a modelling and prototyping tool from CapableObjects.com, contains a UML-class modeller, contains a UML-state machine modeller, lets you execute your model including the state machines, uses the standard OCL as constraint and query language, can reverse engineer existing databases, contains a prototyper so that you can verify your thoughts, brings you ModelDrivenArchitecture MDA, is designed for DomainDrivenDesign, contains a documentation tool, enables you to publish the documentation in a html format, has TagExtensions so you can catch additional information, is fully compatible with ECO5; use your results in Visual Studio, is free for students.
If you cannot model your spec with Gaffr.net you should not send it to production. If you can model your spec with Gaffr.net use ECO to produce.
- Status: Fully functional
- Source: None
- price: $700
- Size: 6 520kB
Platforms: C#, S2005, S2008, VC++
By ModelMaker Tools.13 Sep 2015
DescriptionModelMaker is a two-way class tree oriented productivity, refactoring and UML-style CASE tool. It comes in two editions: a native Pascal edition and a native C# edition. Both editions are included in a ModelMaker license.
The C# edition is specifically designed for generating native C# code. The C# 1.1, 2.0, 3.x, 4.x and 5.x for the .NET framework syntax is fully supported. ModelMaker C# Edition has full reverse engineering capabilities and import existing C# code. Delphi and Visual Studio IDE Integration experts take care of synchronizing ModelMaker and the Delphi and or Visual Studio IDE editors.
- Status: Evaluation (time-limit)
- Source: None
- price: $220
- Size: 14 811kB
Platforms: C#, D2006, D2007, S2003, S2005, S2008, S2010, S2012, S2013, S2015