There are lots of options, but to make any kind of sensible recommendation you'll need to flesh out the requirements a bit more.
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Thanks for replying Jelle.
It’s an ambitious effort to introduce new way of communicating with database in place of usual JDBC-ODBC with type 1 driver (we are planning to use hibernate to make it more scalable, also in future if we have to go for web based then should be able to do so) .
In terms of data currently it’s not following ORM so wanted capability to do so.
Please let me know if you need anything specific in terms of details.