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Announcing Persism 1.0.0 - A no nonsense ORM for Java

 
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Hi everybody!

Persism is a wood simple, auto discovery, auto configuration, and convention over configuration ORM (Object Relational Mapping) library for Java.

Grab it from here: https://github.com/sproket/Persism

You can read all about it here: https://sproket.github.io/Persism/

Includes a getting started guide, javadoc and code coverage report.

I’m working on getting up on Maven central but for now you can install it locally or use ANT or your IDE project.

I have near 100% code coverage and over 130 unit tests running across all the supported database types.

Supported DBs: MSSQL (JTDS as well), Oracle, MySQL, Firebird, H2, HSQLDB, PostgreSQL, Derby and SQLite.

It only takes me an hour or 2 to add a new DB into the unit tests so if there are additional ones you’d like to support let me know!

Thanks to everyone for their interest!
 
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That certainly looks like a nice project. How does it compare to existing ORM projects like Hibernate, and JPA in general?
 
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Rob Spoor wrote:That certainly looks like a nice project. How does it compare to existing ORM projects like Hibernate, and JPA in general?



Well it's designed to be a simple and easy to use as possible with no extra dependencies required.  It can do most of what the "big boys" do but without all the extra frameworks and complexity.

Give it a try a and let me know what you think!

Thanks!
 
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