Java EE ships with its own persistence API: JPA. JPA is most powerful when you want to map your RDBMS entities (tables / relations) to Java entities (classes), mostly following a 1:1 mapping strategy. The idea behind this is that often, business logic isn't really set-oriented as relational algebra or SQL, but record-oriented, meaning that … Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Using Java EE with jOOQ
Subscribe to this newsletter here Tweet of the Day and Webinar with Arun Gupta from Red Hat Today, we have a very special Tweet of the Day by Oliver Hubaut who expresses what we believe is a general feeling in the industry. He says: https://twitter.com/ohubaut/status/531783784023465984 There is a lot of truth in his statement, albeit … Continue reading jOOQ Newsletter: November 28, 2014 – Black Friday jOOQ Sale – Only Today!
Tori Wieldt by Oracle has released an overview of all the goodies that are included in Java EE 7: https://blogs.oracle.com/java/entry/java_ee_7_the_details ... with a couple of video presentations: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL74xrT3oGQfCCLFJ2HCTR_iN5hV4penDz