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JDBCPersistence Technology Preview Release

alex rojkov

Joined: Aug 25, 2006
Posts: 2
Hi all,

I have just released a technology preview of JDBCPersistence project. JDBCPersistence is an ORM framework designed and implemented to deliver performance of hand written JDBC code.

Performance is achieved by employing bytecode generation that creates classes that specifically target operation that user requests the framework to do. Such, an insert method generated by the framework, will operate on an instance of a concrete class, reading properties from the bean using straight method calls (not reflection). The values are then being supplied to PreparedStatement using its respective methods eg. setInt(int value, int position), setString(String value, int position) etc, again via straight method calls.

Code generation occurs at runtime, so the setup is very easy, there is no build step. SQL is leveraged as the query language.

All are welcome to download JDBCPersistence Technology Review Release from and don't hesitate to provide feedback and questions via jdbcpersistence -(at gmail com

More information on the internalsof the framework is available at

Thank you.

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Mark Spritzler

Joined: Feb 05, 2001
Posts: 17276

Hi Alex, I am sorry, but I have to move this to the blatant advertising forum. To be fair to everyone, we move all stuff like this there.

Good Luck with your project.


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