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From "Andy Kriger" <akri...@greaterthanone.com>
Subject RE: JDBC development
Date Mon, 16 Dec 2002 18:14:03 GMT
The Jakarta project's Torque is another good option. It can generate an XML
representation of your db and then from that generated Java objects that
represent your dB. If you have FKs setup, it'll even handle object
associations (for example, one object containing another object).


-----Original Message-----
From: Louis Proyect [mailto:lnp3@columbia.edu]
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2002 13:02
To: Struts Users Mailing List
Subject: Re: JDBC development


If you are using sybase, you can read the sysobjects and syscolumns tables
and generate bean codes automatically. I imagine that Oracle works
similarly.


At 07:50 PM 12/16/2002 +0200, you wrote:
>I wonder what type of utilities you're using to simplify your development
>with JDBC. I'm in a project that has more than 30 tables in the DB with
>field counts up to 20. I fed up writing setXXX statements surrounded with
>try/catch/finally blocks. I'm not very experienced with JDBC bounded Java
>projects but.. there *must* be some other ways to simplfy/shorten my
>development time. Are there any nodes on the net about designing such
>applications in a better way or some open source utility packages dealing
>with these issues?
>
>/tb.



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