Most applications written in Java require some form of data storage. In small applications this is often realized using a primitive JDBC-connection that is queried using ordinary SQL. Larger systems on the other hand often use an Object Relational Mapping (ORM) frameworks to handle the database communication. There are pros and cons with both of […]

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Database Connectivity Now and Then I remember back in the old (Java) days, when we were sitting up late nights and experimented a lot with¬†Java and databases. In the beginning of the Java era, there was not much support for database connectivity and so we had to basically write your own database classes and handle […]

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