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Good day All,

May i know if anyone using JOOQ? might to share what are the experience compare toward hibernate.

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Never used it but its a DSL not an ORM. It is more comparable with QueryDsl which I have used with JPA before (alternative to the Criteria API) since the Spring Data project integrates them.
 
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jOOQ is being used by a broader community every day. Good ways to get feedback are:

  • On the jOOQ User Group
  • On Stack Overflow
  • On reddit


  • jOOQ compares to Hibernate as follows:

  • jOOQ's main focus is on bringing SQL as an internal domain-specific language into Java. I.e. jOOQ is a SQL implementation
  • Hibernate's main focus is on simplifying mapping to POJOs. I.e. Hibernate is an ORM


  • This is also described in the jOOQ manual here:

    http://www.jooq.org/doc/3.1/manual/preface
     
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