Apache Cayenne is a persistence framework that provides object-relational mapping (ORM) and remoting services. It has a wealth of unique and powerful features and can address a wide range of persistence needs. Cayenne seamlessly binds one or more database schemas directly to Java objects, managing atomic commit and rollbacks, SQL generation, joins, sequences, and more. With Cayenne's Remote Object Persistence, those Java objects can even be persisted out to clients via Web Services. With native XML serialization, objects can be even further persisted to non-Java clients.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Java Libraries|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Numerous bugfixes. The ability to use Terminating "@size" in Nested Properties Against Collections. EJBQL: ESCAPE no longer fails after the positional parameter. Shuts down EventManager in WebApplicationContextFilter.destroy(). Creates a source cayenne assembly. Support for Escaped LIKE Clauses in Expressions. Oracle specific type support for cayenne 3.
Release Notes: No changes were made since the last release candidate.
Release Notes: Minor bugs were fixed, preparing for 3.0 final.
Release Notes: In this beta release, only bugfixes were applied. No more features or API changes will be introduced to the library until after the final 3.0 release. A simple upgrade guide for users of previous releases is now available.
Release Notes: This milestone adds a plethora of new features, including quoting of identifiers (useful for DB column names with spaces), nested contexts in ROP, and EJBQL/SQLTemplate/ProcedureQuery queries that support the full range of configuration options available to native SelectQueries. The Modeler received new features such schema analysis on startup (which can prompt the user to create or upgrade the database schema) and support for EJBQL. Lots of bugs were also fixed.