By: Lakshmi in JDBC Tutorials on 2023-05-04
Java offers several data access technologies for connecting to various types of data sources, such as databases, flat files, and web services. Some of the popular data access technologies in Java are:
JDBC (Java Database Connectivity): JDBC is a standard API that provides a way to connect to a relational database and perform SQL operations. It enables Java applications to interact with databases through a JDBC driver, which is a library that implements the JDBC API for a specific database.
JPA (Java Persistence API): JPA is a standard API for object-relational mapping (ORM) in Java. It provides a way to map Java objects to relational database tables and vice versa, without requiring developers to write SQL queries.
Hibernate: Hibernate is a popular open-source ORM framework that implements the JPA specification. It provides a powerful and flexible way to map Java objects to relational databases.
Spring JDBC: Spring JDBC is a module of the Spring Framework that provides a simplified API for JDBC operations. It reduces the amount of boilerplate code required for JDBC operations and provides features such as exception handling and transaction management.
Spring Data: Spring Data is a module of the Spring Framework that provides a unified API for accessing different types of data sources, such as relational databases, NoSQL databases, and web services. It reduces the amount of boilerplate code required for data access and provides features such as data querying and pagination.
JDO (Java Data Objects): JDO is a standard API for object persistence in Java. It provides a way to store and retrieve Java objects in a variety of data stores, such as relational databases, NoSQL databases, and XML files.
Apache Commons DbUtils: Apache Commons DbUtils is a library that provides a set of utility classes for JDBC operations. It simplifies common JDBC tasks, such as query execution and result set handling.
MyBatis: MyBatis is a popular SQL mapping framework that provides a way to map SQL queries to Java objects. It enables developers to write SQL queries in XML files or annotations and provides features such as caching and dynamic SQL generation.
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