JAVA WEB Jdbc dbUtils. Contribute to flymorn/jdbc-dbutils development by creating an account on GitHub. DbUtils:Use Map against MySQL: Apache Dbutils «Database SQL JDBC «Java. This JDBC example explains how to create a new database in MySQL. As a best practice, DbUtil; import ion.
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DbUtils:Use Map against MySQL : Apache Dbutils « Database SQL JDBC « Java
I’m not looking for a full fledged ORM, like Hibernate, just something light and useful to quickly make JDBC calls passing SQL statements without messing with checked exceptions, closing resources manually, etc This question appears to be off-topic. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason: Ebutil, describe the problem and what has been done so far to solve it.
Using spring and it’s rowmappers is pretty easy, but does require you to deal directly with the JDBC. Something like either of the above will hide alot of ndbc away from you, while not being as overly complicated as hibernate.
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Here is the description I copied from its project page: Inspired by Spring Jdbctemplate and Commons Dbutils projects, JdbcHelper is a very small library for helping the developers code common jdbc operations. JdbcHelper is very lightweight. The Yank jar is only 13 KB as of release 2.
Spring Framework spring-dao is your friend.
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If you program your interfaces correctly, later provided it would be necessary you can easily switch to something more powerful like Hibernate. Also don’t underestimate Hibernate: From your experiencie, can you recommend a nice JDBC helper library? Here’s a list of tools that “ease the pain” when interacting with simple JDBC: Lukas Eder k 70 It’s just jbdc single class and you could write it yourself in minutes Not sure what you mean.
But OK fine, if you don’t want jbdc roll your own, just copy paste the one from Spring. But anyway, you probably meant something else.
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The rest are random. Matt 9, 2 13 Wei Li 3 3. Its effectively what I built 6 years ago and makes all the mistakes I did. It should be “new BooksDAO transaction. Transaction demarcation and context must not be entangled with queries, and should not be handled via dbutul means or else testability and debugability will suffer.
It does in fact work perfectly well if you do not need to execute multiple statements per transaction. Yank never claims to support multi-statement transactions.
Even if you do not want to support multiple statements in a transaction, the static cling will kill you. You can not write any code that depends on BooksDAO without statically binding it to the database and a concrete implementation.