Every now and then, SQLJ pops up somewhere, mostly in a very dusty/enterprisey or in an academic context. If you give SQLJ some thought, though, it isn't such a bad idea. It is: An ANSI and ISO standardPart of the SQL standardQuite easy to understandQuite a powerful extension to JDBC So why did it die … Continue reading Why Did SQLJ Die?
Stephen Colebourne who is frequently commenting on the lambda-dev and other Java 8 mailing lists, has recently published an idea he has been having for a while: ElSql, a new external SQL DSL for Java. An example SQL statement is given on the blog posts or on GitHub: @NAME(SelectBlogs) @PAGING(:paging_offset,:paging_fetch) SELECT @INCLUDE(CommonFields) FROM blogs WHERE … Continue reading ElSql, a new external SQL DSL for Java