Easy Java Persistence (EJP) is annotation and configuration-free Java persistence with automatic object/relational mapping (A-O/RM), associations, and persistence tracking.
|Tags||Java jdbc Database ORM Persistence|
|Operating Systems||Platform Independent|
Release Notes: This release changes ejp.Result next/previous handling in order to support the result returned by Oracle stored procedures.
Release Notes: This release adds loadObject and loadObjects to ejp.Database. It also has further refinements to examples.
Release Notes: This release fixes all known issues. All functionality/features have been thoroughly tested on every major database platform (Oracle, DB2, PostgreSql, Mysql, SQL Server, HSQL, H2, and Derby). This release features more than a dozen new examples which show how to do just about everything that's possible with a database, from handling blobs to working with transactions. This release also adds support for stored procedures and dealing with multiple results.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where metadata was leaking through uninitialized under heavy multi-threaded loads. It also adds support for stored procedures. See StoredProcedureExample.java.
Release Notes: This release has a minor bugfix regarding parameters to a couple of methods (executeQuery and parameterizedQuery) added in 2.9 whose parameters are out of order.