Mr. Persister aims at providing a simple yet complete relational persistence API. Current features include easier JDBC operations via JDBC templates (Spring style), automatic connection/transaction handling, object relational mapping, dynamic report support, connection pooling, and more. Planned features include replication, JDBC driver debugging, more advanced ORM, and more.
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Release Notes: This release features a JDK 5 compliant version of Butterfly Persistence, which used to require JDK 6. All future development of Mr Persister will be done in the Butterfly Persistence project - a cleaned up version of Mr Persister 4.0.0.
Release Notes: This is a cleaned up version of 4.0.0. Many deprecated classes and methods have been removed. The base package name has changed. The documentation is being redone. This release provides a cleaner platform for future extensions.
Release Notes: Mr. Persister now uses JDK 5.0. Some important bugs have been fixed, and the software now enables annotation-based class-to-database mappings both as an alternative and a supplement to automatic and programmatic mapping.
Release Notes: This version contains annotation based class-to-database mapping as a supplement to the existing automatic mapping and custom mapping. The three mapping mechanisms can be combined, of course. Two critical bugs found in 3.8.0 were fixed. Java 5 is now required.
Release Notes: This version enables the mapping of Java boolean types to numeric database types (Oracle doesn't have a boolean type). It also fixes the "isBooleanProperty" bug, so these getters are now recognized. A few extra factory methods were also added to make it easier to signal auto-generated PKs and custom table names.