Developer name
(ex. John Smith)
Project name
(ex. Rating Script)
CLASS name
(ex. classProduct)
VARIABLE name
(ex. cp)
Type
php4 php5
DB fields

(id;item;itemid;votes; (first is unique ID))
Functions name

(ex. ID;Item;ItemID;Votes)
DB Table

(database table name: ex. product)
History(undo) Table

(ex. undo_table; leave empty to disable undo function)

Developer name: is the name of the developer  - it will be displayed in the header of the source file.
Project name: is the name of the project - it will be displayed in the header of the source file.
CLASS name: is the name of the class - the name conventions have to be taken into consideration, specific for each language (in java Class, in php class or Class) The name is important when naming a file as the source file will be named
Class.java (having the same form as the name of the class or cls_class.php in php.
VARIABLE name: the name of the variable is important as a "usage code" is generated, as sample code inserted at the beginning of the source. This may be pasted eventually in the source where this class is applied.
TYPE: the type of the generated source.
DB fields: is the list of the table field names. Rules: the first field has to be set as Primary Key, the fields are separates by ;.
Functions name: the list has to be similar with the fields one. Thus functions will be generated: getId, setId in case the first field is id in the fields list and Id in this one.
DB Table: the name of the table.
Generate from sql: the code, which would you like to generate begin from a create table command.
History(undo) Table: If you want to enable the history function in the code, you just put the name of the table, this will generate the table name structure and the functions in the code and enable it.