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Persism 1.0.1 released - A zero ceremony ORM for Java

 
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Version 1.0.1 is available now on Maven.

* Added support for UUID as generated key for PostgreSQL
* Added support for UUID for other supported DBs (mapping to String or byte array)
* Added support for sql.Time, LocalTime, LocalDate, LocalDateTime
* Added support for BigInteger
* Added support for MSSQL/JTDS money and smallmoney types (mapping to Float or Double)
* Added support for ENUM type in the db - mapping to Java enum (PostgreSQL, MySQL, H2)
* Added warning when using a primitive type mapped to a column with a default in the database
* Added AutoClosable implementation to Session
* Updated test mssql jdbc driver to 8.4.1
* Updated test H2 jdbc driver to 1.4.200
* Removed null waring about sql type 1111 (Other) will just be considered Object
* Fixed java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException occurring if you have LocalDateTime and DATE (not time) type in the DB
* Fixed missing Derby keyword delimiters
* Fixed issue where objects using Persistable interface would have all columns updated in some cases

Thanks everyone!

https://sproket.github.io/Persism/

https://github.com/sproket/Persism
 
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For the curious, this appears to be a light-weight ORM, where you want the ORM paradigm without the expenses incurred from using one of the major products.

The caveat is that it's not JPA-compliant, so advanced JPA features like really gnarly things with SQL expressions and optimized operations may not be available.
 
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Yeah it's meant as a low friction way to get database access for utilities or games etc..

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