spBee - Stored Procedure Bee: this framework allows to declare the stored procedures calls declarative instead of programmatically.
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README.md

spBee - Stored Procedure Bee

This framework allows to declare the stored procedures calls declarative instead of programmatically. Only the interfaces, the entities and add a few annotations need to be written. The code for the stored procedures, the necessary entity mappers and the implementations of the DAO interfaces is generated by spBee. It's also possible to use abstract classes instead of interfaces.

An important point is that there is no magic behind this framework like JPA/Hibernate with crazy reflection, proxies and framework logic. The only logic is how to translate the annotations to the corresponding Java code. Thereby spBee has only about 1700 LoC (measured with sloc).

Everything is done at compile time. Therefore there is no performance shortcoming. No reflection. No proxies.

Documentation

Visit the documentation at: Latest Documentation

License

The pom-project is licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version 2.0

Thank you!

I really appreciate all kind of feedback and contributions. Thanks for using and supporting spBee.