I haven't seen anything recent on SQLJ, is it still a good option? My DBAs are pushing it because of their ability to monitor queries but is it a good thing for my Java application? Currently we are using JDBC though one other team is using Hibernate. Additionally, most of my queries are dynamic, is SQLJ now able to handle dynamic queries and dynamic database connections?
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