I have updated the AIR Cairngorm framework to support itemClasses so as to allow developers to specify an itemClass on a SQLService instance.
The SQLStatement class in Adobe AIR defines a public property “itemClass” (typically a VO), which, if specified will be used as the data type for each row returned by a SQLStatement execution result.
Developers utilizing the AIR Cairngorm framework can now set a specific itemClass as an additional argument for each SQLService. execute(); invocation.
The updated source, example and air-cairngen projects can be downloaded here.