Ad-hoc Data Type Conversion with jOOQ 3.15

jOOQ 3.15 shipped with a ton of new features, the most important ones being: MULTISET support (type safe, nested collections)Reactive SQL support via R2DBC A very useful, lesser known new feature is "ad-hoc data type conversion". Data type converters and bindings have been around in jOOQ for a long time. Their goal is to allow … Continue reading Ad-hoc Data Type Conversion with jOOQ 3.15

How to Write a Quick and Dirty Converter in jOOQ

One of jOOQ's most powerful features is the capability of introducing custom data types, pretending the database actually understands them. For instance, when working with SQL TIMESTAMP types, users mostly want to use the new JSR-310 LocalDateTime, rather than the JDBC java.sql.Timestamp type. In jOOQ 3.9+, this is a no brainer, as we've finally introduced … Continue reading How to Write a Quick and Dirty Converter in jOOQ