SQLOrm is software created to set the standard for the next generation ORMs.
Version: 1.0.02SQLOrm is software created to set the standard for the next generation ORMs. It is based on the best properties of Ibatis, Toplink, Hibernate, Spring and our experiences using raw SQL.
Operating System: Linux
As an outset, SQLOrm is designed to be simple, easy to learn, and not solve every problem on the planet. The more a framework offers, the longer it takes to learn, and the more you have to fight it should you want to use it in a different way than the framework was envisaged used.
Like the simplicity of Spring revolutionized the EE development, we hope to achieve the same with SQLOrm, no less.
SQLOrm consists of 4 modules all of which can be combined or used in isolation, depending on your needs.
Quite deliberately, features often found in ORMs such as database connection pooling and transaction handling, has been omitted. You can create your own connection pool in around 200 lines of code, or you can take advantage of any of the 1000s of connection pools already written. Some databases now even has connection pooling in the drivers. Similarly for transaction handling, you can use Spring, or Java's JTS. The most light-weight approach, though, is to use Mr. Persister's connection pool and transaction mechanisms.
What's New in This Release:
· More fluid < tt >SelectBuilder< /tt >. Now you can chain e.g. an < tt >ORDER BY< /tt > on an < tt >and()< /tt >. See the test cases for more details.