I'm answering many jOOQ questions on Stack Overflow, and a lot of times. The problem has the same cause: People not using jOOQ's code generator. The main reason people seem not to be using it, is because it takes some extra time to set up, but as with anything well designed, the initial investment will … Continue reading Why You Should Use jOOQ With Code Generation
jbang is a relatively new utility that ... ... lets students, educators and professional developers create, edit and run self-contained source-only Java programs with unprecedented ease. Sounds exciting. How does it work with jOOQ? Very easy! Set it up like this (other installation options here): curl -Ls https://sh.jbang.dev | bash -s - app setup And … Continue reading Quickly Trying out jOOQ with Jbang!
Just now, we implemented a nice little feature in jOOQ's code generator: https://github.com/jOOQ/jOOQ/issues/4974 It detects whenever the jOOQ code generator runs a slow query to reverse engineer schema meta information. Why? In our development and integration test environment, we don't have huge schemas with all the different performance edge cases put in place. For instance, … Continue reading How to Detect Slow Queries with jOOQ