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Compuware Brings Model-Driven Development To Eclipse With Java OptimalJ 4.1

Increases Development Team Productivity For Popular Open Source Platform

It introduces the Use Case model to the Domain Model workspace. This provides easier synchronization between requirements, design models and code, which creates traceability throughout the application life cycle and enables development teams to effectively evaluate the impact of changes to the application and manage the change process.

"By bringing the power of model-driven development to the Eclipse platform, Compuware is helping to dramatically increase development team productivity," said Mike Sawicki, OptimalJ Product Manager, Compuware. "Compuware OptimalJ 4.1 reduces the cost and accelerates the development of J2EE enterprise applications."

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