<language, software> A CASE
tool for rapid application development
which generates code from graphical business process models.
Formerly called Information Engineering Facility (IEF) and produced by Texas Instruments
, it was then bought by Sterling Software, Inc.
who renamed it to COOL:Gen to fit into their COOL line of products.
Computer Associates International, Inc.
then acquired Sterling Software, Inc.
, and renamed the tool "Advantage Gen".
In 2003, CA are supporting Advantage Gen and adding support for J2EE
, enhanced web enablement, Web services
, and .Net.
Current version: 6.5, as of 2003-04-14.