I hope your framework becomes the next hibernate
Assuming that this understanding is correct...
1. One great thing about JPA is the use of annotations. They eliminate almost all property files. This removes a whole set of problems associated with maintaining those files. The basic idea here is to reduce the number of steps that you need to take to do something. This helps a lot in the development cycle. How do you see JOOQ faring in this respect?
2. What are your thoughts on "fine tuning" the generated queries?