Hey, that's pretty gee-whiz...
But, binding to a local database in 2-tier fashion solves what problem?
Data binding is cool and all, but until data binding like this works without toplink and the j2ee annotations, it's not really relevant for the majority of java desktop applications which are data oriented.
When you can easily bind to web services (not necessarily just soap either), then we're talking. Until then, it's just not too exciting.
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