Voruta reduces JDBC code in application, and makes code more readable and safe. SQL procedures and queries are mapped to Java methods using custom JavaDoc tags and dynamic code generation at runtime. It needs no custom build tools or external files to store metadata.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Java Libraries Application Frameworks Database Front-Ends Utilities|
|Implementation||Java PL/SQL SQL|
Release Notes: An activity statistics collector was added along with a servlet for performance monitoring that allows users to browse methods, view execution times, cache usage, and query plans.
Release Notes: This release has dynamic data access code generation, source-code-level metadata, query validation and query plan tracing, standard data structures as parameters and return values in generated data access services (beans, collections, and arrays), a simple expression language to extend SQL for Java data structures, custom query languages and result handlers, custom interceptors and logging, and a transactional JVM-level cache.
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Release Notes: Transactional memory cache was implemented, and all JDBC isolation levels are supported.
Release Notes: Query language abstraction. Resource abstraction layer. Adapters for JDBC API. New samples were added, as well as an EJB client server application and a servlet API Filter for connection management in Web applications. The documentation was updated.