Nice feedback from a jOOQ user comparing it with iBATIS:
jOOQ rocks! We implemented a large scale ETL service with it, and couldn’t be happier. I’ve used iBATIS, and jOOQ gives all the same advantages of low level SQL without the reams of XML and lack of type safety.
[…] one of the best features of jOOQ: Complex and/or dynamically generated queries can be assembled in a controlled way and verified by the Java compiler, saving you from all those ambiguous syntax errors databases throw, and providing compile-time regression coverage for when the schema changes under you.
Feedback by Stack Overflow user dacc on Stack Overflow: