The Avajé Ebean Framework and asynchronous query execution

Yesterday, I posted about the Ollin Framework, which implements fetching data into callback types, similar to Spring's JdbcTemplate. Another idea I had recently discovered, is that of asynchronous query execution. Even if there are only few use cases for that in every day development life, sometimes it's interesting to be able to load data in … Continue reading The Avajé Ebean Framework and asynchronous query execution

The Ollin Framework

I have recently discovered a simple Java database framework called "Ollin". It can be found when searching jdbc fluent api on Google. It has a couple of transaction handling and ORM features, the way many other frameworks do this. But one specific functionality I found particularly interesting: ValuedRowVisitor<Integer> rowCounter = dbSession.createQuery("select * from app.employee") .forEachRow(new … Continue reading The Ollin Framework

jOOQ makes a step forward towards JPA

With the upcoming release 1.6.4 and the implementation of #198, jOOQ will start to better integrate in "standard" J2EE architecture. While jOOQ is being developed as an alternative to JPA, it should not compete with it. This means that there are some parts in JPA which can easily co-exist with jOOQ in a J2EE application: … Continue reading jOOQ makes a step forward towards JPA