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-<projectDescription>
- <name>persist</name>
- <comment></comment>
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- </projects>
- <buildSpec>
- <buildCommand>
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- <natures>
- <nature>org.eclipse.jdt.core.javanature</nature>
- </natures>
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+ <name>persist</name>
+ <comment></comment>
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+ </projects>
+ <buildSpec>
+ <buildCommand>
+ <name>org.python.pydev.PyDevBuilder</name>
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-h1. Persist
-
-Persist is a Java-based ORM/DAO tool. It provides only the minimal amount of functionalities necessary to map
-objects or maps from database queries and to statement parameters.
-
-Persist works around a @java.sql.Connection@ object. This means that it does not care about customer query
-languages (it uses plain SQL with placeholders, as @PreparedStatement@ objects use), connection pool handling,
-transaction handling (for the most part), and so on. This also means it is very flexible, and can be integrated with any
-code that depends on JDBC (including code that already use another ORM/DAO tool).
-
-Persist does not require explicit mappings from POJOs to database tables. As long as there is some sort of naming
-conventions that relate database names with POJO names, Persist will require virtually no mappings. It can, however, be
-instructed to map Java classes and fields to database tables and columns using annotations.
-
-Persist requires no singletons, no ThreadLocal's, no global objects and no configuration files. It has
-no external dependencies (although it will use Log4j, if available). It has a very small, robust and straightforward
-codebase, which can be easily debugged in case you face an unforeseen problem. It is actively tested (with a high code
-coverage) for MySQL, PostgreSQL, H2/HSQLDB, Derby, Oracle, DB2 and MS SQL Server. It imposes a very small overhead to
-comparable plain JDBC operations, making it very attractive for high performance and/or low footprint applications.
-
-Persist is distributed under a BSD license.
-
-* "Mailing list":http://groups.google.com/group/persist
-* "Issues":https://github.com/rufiao/persist/issues
-
-h2. Quickstart
-
-A Persist engine only requires a @java.sql.Connection@ to be created:
-
-<pre>
- Persist persist = new Persist(connection);
-</pre>
-
-Persist supports several different mapping strategies:
-
-h3. POJOs mapped to tables
-
-By default, if no annotations specify a given class should not be mapped to a table, Persist will try to find a
-table that matches that class and create a mapping between fields and columns.
-
-<pre>
- // inserts a new customer (the class _Customer_ is mapped to the table _customer_ automatically)
- persist.insert(customer);
-
- // reads a customer by its primary key
- Customer c = persist.readByPrimaryKey(Customer.class, 42);
-
- // retrieves customers using a custom query (note the usage of varargs)
- List<Customer> list = persist.readList(Customer.class, "select * from customer where id > ?", 10);
-
- // fetch all customers and assign the ResultSet to an Iterator
- Iterator allCustomersIterator = persist.readIterator(Customer.class, "select * from customer");
-</pre>
-
-h3. POJOs not mapped to tables
-
-If a class is annotated with @@NoTable@, Persist will not try to map it to a table, and the class will
-only be able to hold data produced by queries.
-
-<pre>
- @NoTable
- class QueryData {
- private int count;
- private String concatName;
-
- public long getCount() { return count; }
- public void setCount(long count) { this.count = count; }
-
- public String getConcatName() { return concatName; }
- public void setConcatName(String concatName) { this.concatName = concatName; }
- }
-
- QueryData qd1 = persist.read(QueryData.class, "select 1 as count, 'hello' as concat_name from dual");
- QueryData qd2 = persist.read(QueryData.class, "select 2 as counts, null as concatnames from dual");
-</pre>
-
-h3. java.util.Map's
-
-@Map@ instances can be used to hold data from queries. Persist will convert values returned from the query to Java
-types. Keys in the table are the names of the columns returned in lower case.
-
-<pre>
- // fetch a customer using a custom query and return the result as a map
- Map<String,Object> customerMap = persist.readMap("select * from customer where id=?", 10);
-
- // fetch all customers and result the results as Map instances in a List
- List<Map<String,Object>> customerMapList = persist.readMapList("select * from customer");
-
- // fetch all customers and assign the ResultSet to an Iterator which maps rows to Map instances
- Iterator allCustomersIterator = persist.readMapIterator("select * from customer");
-</pre>
-
-h3. Java primitive types
-
-If a query returns a single column, Persist can map data directly into primitive types (either single values or lists):
-
-<pre>
- // return customer name as String
- String name = persist.read(String.class, "select name from customer where id=?", 55);
-
- // fetch all customer id's as a list of integers
- List<Integer> ids = persist.readList(int.class, "select id from customer");
-</pre>
-
-h3. Custom queries with no returning data
-
-Arbitrary queries that return no data can be easily executed.
-
-<pre>
- // execute arbitrary SQL with parameters
- persist.executeUpdate("delete from customer where id in (?,?)", 10, 20);
-</pre>
-
-For the POJO mapping strategies, persist can map names either using explicit annotations or through a _name
-guesser_ which translates class and field names to table and column names. A name guesser is a class that implements an
-interface with a single method, and provide a generic, uniform way of translating names from the database schema to the
-Java name conventions.
-
-That's almost everthing you need to know before using Persist! To get a better understanding on its internals,
-please consult the following sections.
-
-h2. Creating Persist instances
-
-Persist only requires a @java.sql.Connection@ object to be created:
-
-<pre>
- Persist persist = new Persist(connection);
-</pre>
-
-h3. Caches
-
-Internally, Persist will maintain a cache for all mapped objects it interacts with. Caches exist on a classloader
-basis. If an application has to deal with connections with different databases, different mapping caches must be used.
-
-To specify different caches, use a _cache name_ in the constructor:
-
-<pre>
- // Create a persist instance for MySQL using the default cache
- Persist persistMysql = new Persist(connectionMysql);
-
- // Create a persist instance for Oracle using the "oracle" cache name
- Persist persistOracle = new Persist("oracle", connectionOracle);
-</pre>
-
-h3. Logging
-
-If Persist can find Log4J in the classpath, it will use it. The following channels are used, all in @debug@
-mode:
-
-* @persist.engine@
-* @persist.parameters@
-* @persist.results@
-* @persist.profiling@
-
-h2. Annotations
-
-There are a few annotations that control the mapping behavior from classes to database tables:
-
-* @@Table@ can be associated with a class and specify the name of the table that class is mapped to
-* @@Column@ can be associated with a setter or getter of a field and specify the name of the column to be
-associated with that field, and/or specify if the field is auto-incremented by the database upon insertion.
-* @@NoTable@ can be associated with a class to specify the class should not be mapped to a table in the
-database. Classes annotated with @@NoTable@ can only be used to hold data from queries.
-* @@NoColumn@ can be associated with a setter or getter of a field and specify it should not be mapped to
-a column in the database (by default, Persist attempts to map all fields of a given class to columns in the table
-associated with their class).
-
-h2. Mapping POJOs to tables
-
-By default, if Persist is given a class, it will try to map it to a database table. To do so, it relies either on
-explicit annotations (such as @@Table@ and @@Column@) or _name guessers_ which are configurable and
-determine a global translation mechanism between class and field names to table and column names.
-
-Consider the following table definition and its associated bean
-
-<pre>
- create table customer (
- id int auto_increment,
- name varchar(255),
- primary key (id)
- )
-</pre>
-
-<pre>
- class Customer {
- private int id;
- private String name;
-
- @Column(autoIncrement=true)
- public long getId() { return id; }
- public void setId(long id) { this.id = id; }
-
- public String getName() { return name; }
- public void setName(String name) { this.name = name; }
- }
-</pre>
-
-class @Customer@ and its fields don't specify annotations to explicitly define which tables and columns
-should be used. Therefore, when Persist tries to map this class, it will use a _name guesser_. Name guessers are
-responsible for programatically converting class and field names to table and column names, using whichever convention
-is in place.
-
-Since no _name guesser_ was specified, the @DefaultNameGuesser@ will be used. The @DefaultNameGuesser@
-converts class and field names in the form @CompoundName@ to this list of guessed names: @[compound_name,
-compound_names, compoundname, compoundnames]@
-
-While performing the automatic mapping for the @Customer@ class above, Persist would try to find any of
-those tables in the database: @[customer, customers]@. Since the table @customer@ exists, it picks it for
-the mapping and start mapping fields from @Customer@ to columns in @customer@ using the same approach.
-
-During the process of mapping columns to fields, Persist stores information about which columns are primary keys
-and which ones are auto-incremented upon insertion (this must be specified using @@Column(autoIncrement=true)@
-since there's no deterministic way of doing this automatically).
-
-This mapping process only happens once (per class per classloader). Persist stores mappings for each class it
-interacts with in an internal cache
-
-After a mapping is created, Persist can perform CRUD operations directly on instances of the @Customer@
-POJO. To illustrate the whole process, consider the following code
-
-<pre>
- // create a new customer instance
- Customer customer = new Customer();
- customer.setName("a new customer");
-
- // fetch a customer using its primary key
- Customer c = persist.readByPrimaryKey(Customer.class, 10);
-</pre>
-
-The moment persist has contact with @Customer@, it will build a mapping automatically and cache it. With
-the mapping, it will know that the @Customer@ class is mapped to the @customer@ table, and that @id@
-is the primary key in that table. With that information, Persist can issue a @select@ SQL statement querying for
-all columns in @customer@ having the specified primary key (@id@).
-
-Other CRUD operations can be used directly as well
-
-<pre>
- // insert
- persist.insert(customer);
-
- // update
- persist.update(customer);
-
- // delete
- persist.delete(customer);
-</pre>
-
-*Important note:* Persist can only perform +@readByPrimaryKey@+, +@update@+ and +@delete@+
-operations for classes mapped to tables that +have primary keys+. @insert@ and all the @read@
-operations can work on any POJO mapped on any table.
-
-Persist supports several different ways of reading data from mapped tables:
-
-<pre>
- // fetch a single customer using a custom query
- Customer customer = persist.read(Customer.class, "select * from customer where id = 10");
-
- // fetch all customers
- List<Customer> allCustomersList = persist.readList(Customer.class);
-
- // fetch a set of customers using a custom query
- List<Customer> customersList = persist.readList(Customer.class, "select * from customer where id < ?", 100);
-
- // fetch all customers using a custom query and assign the ResultSet to an Iterator which maps rows to Customer instances
- Iterator allCustomersIterator = persist.readIterator(Customer.class, "select * from customer where id in (?,?)", 10, 20);
-</pre>
-
-h3. Types and conversions
-
-Persist will respect the Java types of the fields on a given POJO as much as it can while retrieving data from
-ResultSet's. Furthermore, Persist can perform type conversions to/from query parameters and ResultSet columns.
-
-The following tables depict the ResultSet.get and PreparedStatement.set methods used for each Java type:
-
-|_. Java type |_. ResultSet.get method |_. PreparedStatement.set method |
-| Boolean/boolean | getBoolean | setBoolean |
-| Byte/byte | getByte | setByte |
-| Short/short | getShort | setShort |
-| Integer/int | getInt | setInt |
-| Long/long | getLong | setLong |
-| Float/float | getFloat | setFloat |
-| Double/double | getDouble | setDouble |
-| Character/char | getString | setString |
-| Character[]/char[] | getString | setString |
-| Byte[]/byte[] | getBytes | setBytes |
-| String | setString | setString |
-| java.math.BigDecimal | getBigDecimal | setBigDecimal |
-| java.io.Reader | getCharacterStream | setCharacterStream |
-| java.io.InputStream | getBinaryStream | setBinaryStream |
-| java.util.Date | getTimestamp | setTimestamp |
-| java.sql.Date | getDate | setDate |
-| java.sql.Time | getTime | setTime |
-| java.sql.Timestamp | getTimestamp | setTimestamp |
-| java.sql.Clob | getClob | setClob |
-| java.sql.Blob | getBlob | setBlob |
-
-h2. POJOs not mapped to tables (@NoTable)
-
-POJOs that are annotated with @NoTable@ can only be used to hold data from queries. Mapping for classes
-annotated with @NoTable@ is performed using these rules:
-
-* Class names won't affect the mapping
-* If a field contains a @@Column(name="...")@ annotation, then only the specified column name will be
-used for that field
-* Otherwise, all column names returned by the _name guesser_ will be associated to the field
-* If more than one field have conflicting table names (either from @@Column@ annotations or from guessed
-names), Persist will throw an exception while trying to use the class
-
-To illustrate how this works, consider the following class:
-
-<pre>
- class QueryData {
- private int count;
- private String concatName;
-
- public long getCount() { return count; }
- public void setCount(long count) { this.count = count; }
-
- public String getConcatName() { return concatName; }
- public void setConcatName(String concatName) { this.concatName = concatName; }
- }
-</pre>
-
-Persist would create the following mapping for this class:
-
-|_. Column names |_. Field name |
-| count, counts | count |
-| concat_name, concat_names, concatname, concatnames | concatName |
-
-Some examples of how this would work using dummy queries:
-
-<pre>
- QueryData qd1 = persist.read(QueryData.class, "select 1 as count, 'hello' as concat_name from dual");
- QueryData qd2 = persist.read(QueryData.class, "select 2 as counts, null as concatnames from dual");
-</pre>
-
-Type conversions are performed using the same conversion table as POJOs mapped to tables use.
-
-h2. java.util.Map's
-
-Query results can be mapped directly to @java.util.Map@ instances, using the readMap-prefixed methods.
-Keys in the map are the names of the columns in lower case, and values are fetched from the ResultSet.
-
-<pre>
- // fetch a customer using a custom query and return the result as a map
- Map<String,Object> customerMap = persist.readMap("select * from customer where id=?", 10);
-
- // fetch all customers and result the results as Map instances in a List
- List<Map<String,Object>> customerMapList = persist.readMapList("select * from customer");
-
- // fetch all customers and assign the ResultSet to an Iterator which maps rows to Map instances
- Iterator allCustomersIterator = persist.readMapIterator("select * from customer");
-</pre>
-
-Values are retrieved from the ResultSet according with their SQL types (as defined in java.sql.Types), so that
-for each SQL type Persist will request the value according with a pre-defined Java type, as specified in the following
-table:
-
-|_. SQL type |_. ResultSet.get method |
-| ARRAY | getArray |
-| BIGINT | getLong |
-| BIT | getBoolean |
-| BLOB | getBytes |
-| BOOLEAN | getBoolean |
-| CHAR | getString |
-| CLOB | getString |
-| DATALINK | getBinaryStream |
-| DATE | getDate |
-| DECIMAL | getBigDecimal |
-| DOUBLE | getDouble |
-| FLOAT | getFloat |
-| INTEGER | getInt |
-| JAVA_OBJECT | getObject |
-| LONGVARBINARY | getBytes |
-| LONGVARCHAR | getString |
-| NULL | getNull |
-| NCHAR | getString |
-| NUMERIC | getBigDecimal |
-| OTHER | getObject |
-| REAL | getDouble |
-| REF | getRef |
-| SMALLINT | getInt |
-| TIME | getTime |
-| TIMESTAMP | getTimestamp |
-| TINYINT | getInt |
-| VARBINARY | getBytes |
-| VARCHAR | getString |
-| 100 (Oracle specific) | getFloat |
-| 101 (Oracle specific) | getDouble |
-
-h2. Primitive types
-
-Persist can map query results having a single column directly to primitive Java types (such as int, Double,
-String, etc.), either as single values or lists.
-
-<pre>
- // return customer name as String
- String name = persist.read(String.class, "select name from customer where id=?", 55);
-
- // fetch all customer id's as a list of integers
- List<Integer> ids = persist.readList(int.class, "select id from customer");
-</pre>
-
-Type conversions are performed using the same conversion table as POJOs mapped to tables use.
-
-h2. License
-
-<pre>
-Copyright 2011, persist committers. All rights reserved.
-
-Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are
-permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
-
- 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of
- conditions and the following disclaimer.
-
- 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list
- of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
- provided with the distribution.
-
-THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
-WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
-FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OR
-CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
-CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
-SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON
-ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
-NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF
-ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
-
-The views and conclusions contained in the software and documentation are those of the
-authors and should not be interpreted as representing official policies, either expressed
-or implied by the copyright holders.
-</pre>
+h1. Persist
+
+Persist is a Java-based ORM/DAO tool. It provides only the minimal amount of functionalities necessary to map
+objects or maps from database queries and to statement parameters.
+
+Persist works around a @java.sql.Connection@ object. This means that it does not care about customer query
+languages (it uses plain SQL with placeholders, as @PreparedStatement@ objects use), connection pool handling,
+transaction handling (for the most part), and so on. This also means it is very flexible, and can be integrated with any
+code that depends on JDBC (including code that already use another ORM/DAO tool).
+
+Persist does not require explicit mappings from POJOs to database tables. As long as there is some sort of naming
+conventions that relate database names with POJO names, Persist will require virtually no mappings. It can, however, be
+instructed to map Java classes and fields to database tables and columns using annotations.
+
+Persist requires no singletons, no ThreadLocal's, no global objects and no configuration files. It has
+no external dependencies (although it will use Log4j, if available). It has a very small, robust and straightforward
+codebase, which can be easily debugged in case you face an unforeseen problem. It is actively tested (with a high code
+coverage) for MySQL, PostgreSQL, H2/HSQLDB, Derby, Oracle, DB2 and MS SQL Server. It imposes a very small overhead to
+comparable plain JDBC operations, making it very attractive for high performance and/or low footprint applications.
+
+Persist is distributed under a BSD license.
+
+* "Mailing list":http://groups.google.com/group/persist
+* "Issues":https://github.com/rufiao/persist/issues
+
+h2. Quickstart
+
+A Persist engine only requires a @java.sql.Connection@ to be created:
+
+<pre>
+ Persist persist = new Persist(connection);
+</pre>
+
+Persist supports several different mapping strategies:
+
+h3. POJOs mapped to tables
+
+By default, if no annotations specify a given class should not be mapped to a table, Persist will try to find a
+table that matches that class and create a mapping between fields and columns.
+
+<pre>
+ // inserts a new customer (the class _Customer_ is mapped to the table _customer_ automatically)
+ persist.insert(customer);
+
+ // reads a customer by its primary key
+ Customer c = persist.readByPrimaryKey(Customer.class, 42);
+
+ // retrieves customers using a custom query (note the usage of varargs)
+ List<Customer> list = persist.readList(Customer.class, "select * from customer where id > ?", 10);
+
+ // fetch all customers and assign the ResultSet to an Iterator
+ Iterator allCustomersIterator = persist.readIterator(Customer.class, "select * from customer");
+</pre>
+
+h3. POJOs not mapped to tables
+
+If a class is annotated with @@NoTable@, Persist will not try to map it to a table, and the class will
+only be able to hold data produced by queries.
+
+<pre>
+ @NoTable
+ class QueryData {
+ private int count;
+ private String concatName;
+
+ public long getCount() { return count; }
+ public void setCount(long count) { this.count = count; }
+
+ public String getConcatName() { return concatName; }
+ public void setConcatName(String concatName) { this.concatName = concatName; }
+ }
+
+ QueryData qd1 = persist.read(QueryData.class, "select 1 as count, 'hello' as concat_name from dual");
+ QueryData qd2 = persist.read(QueryData.class, "select 2 as counts, null as concatnames from dual");
+</pre>
+
+h3. java.util.Map's
+
+@Map@ instances can be used to hold data from queries. Persist will convert values returned from the query to Java
+types. Keys in the table are the names of the columns returned in lower case.
+
+<pre>
+ // fetch a customer using a custom query and return the result as a map
+ Map<String,Object> customerMap = persist.readMap("select * from customer where id=?", 10);
+
+ // fetch all customers and result the results as Map instances in a List
+ List<Map<String,Object>> customerMapList = persist.readMapList("select * from customer");
+
+ // fetch all customers and assign the ResultSet to an Iterator which maps rows to Map instances
+ Iterator allCustomersIterator = persist.readMapIterator("select * from customer");
+</pre>
+
+h3. Java primitive types
+
+If a query returns a single column, Persist can map data directly into primitive types (either single values or lists):
+
+<pre>
+ // return customer name as String
+ String name = persist.read(String.class, "select name from customer where id=?", 55);
+
+ // fetch all customer id's as a list of integers
+ List<Integer> ids = persist.readList(int.class, "select id from customer");
+</pre>
+
+h3. Custom queries with no returning data
+
+Arbitrary queries that return no data can be easily executed.
+
+<pre>
+ // execute arbitrary SQL with parameters
+ persist.executeUpdate("delete from customer where id in (?,?)", 10, 20);
+</pre>
+
+For the POJO mapping strategies, persist can map names either using explicit annotations or through a _name
+guesser_ which translates class and field names to table and column names. A name guesser is a class that implements an
+interface with a single method, and provide a generic, uniform way of translating names from the database schema to the
+Java name conventions.
+
+That's almost everthing you need to know before using Persist! To get a better understanding on its internals,
+please consult the following sections.
+
+h2. Creating Persist instances
+
+Persist only requires a @java.sql.Connection@ object to be created:
+
+<pre>
+ Persist persist = new Persist(connection);
+</pre>
+
+h3. Caches
+
+Internally, Persist will maintain a cache for all mapped objects it interacts with. Caches exist on a classloader
+basis. If an application has to deal with connections with different databases, different mapping caches must be used.
+
+To specify different caches, use a _cache name_ in the constructor:
+
+<pre>
+ // Create a persist instance for MySQL using the default cache
+ Persist persistMysql = new Persist(connectionMysql);
+
+ // Create a persist instance for Oracle using the "oracle" cache name
+ Persist persistOracle = new Persist("oracle", connectionOracle);
+</pre>
+
+h3. Logging
+
+If Persist can find Log4J in the classpath, it will use it. The following channels are used, all in @debug@
+mode:
+
+* @persist.engine@
+* @persist.parameters@
+* @persist.results@
+* @persist.profiling@
+
+h2. Annotations
+
+There are a few annotations that control the mapping behavior from classes to database tables:
+
+* @@Table@ can be associated with a class and specify the name of the table that class is mapped to
+* @@Column@ can be associated with a setter or getter of a field and specify the name of the column to be
+associated with that field, and/or specify if the field is auto-incremented by the database upon insertion.
+* @@NoTable@ can be associated with a class to specify the class should not be mapped to a table in the
+database. Classes annotated with @@NoTable@ can only be used to hold data from queries.
+* @@NoColumn@ can be associated with a setter or getter of a field and specify it should not be mapped to
+a column in the database (by default, Persist attempts to map all fields of a given class to columns in the table
+associated with their class).
+
+h2. Mapping POJOs to tables
+
+By default, if Persist is given a class, it will try to map it to a database table. To do so, it relies either on
+explicit annotations (such as @@Table@ and @@Column@) or _name guessers_ which are configurable and
+determine a global translation mechanism between class and field names to table and column names.
+
+Consider the following table definition and its associated bean
+
+<pre>
+ create table customer (
+ id int auto_increment,
+ name varchar(255),
+ primary key (id)
+ )
+</pre>
+
+<pre>
+ class Customer {
+ private int id;
+ private String name;
+
+ @Column(autoIncrement=true)
+ public long getId() { return id; }
+ public void setId(long id) { this.id = id; }
+
+ public String getName() { return name; }
+ public void setName(String name) { this.name = name; }
+ }
+</pre>
+
+class @Customer@ and its fields don't specify annotations to explicitly define which tables and columns
+should be used. Therefore, when Persist tries to map this class, it will use a _name guesser_. Name guessers are
+responsible for programatically converting class and field names to table and column names, using whichever convention
+is in place.
+
+Since no _name guesser_ was specified, the @DefaultNameGuesser@ will be used. The @DefaultNameGuesser@
+converts class and field names in the form @CompoundName@ to this list of guessed names: @[compound_name,
+compound_names, compoundname, compoundnames]@
+
+While performing the automatic mapping for the @Customer@ class above, Persist would try to find any of
+those tables in the database: @[customer, customers]@. Since the table @customer@ exists, it picks it for
+the mapping and start mapping fields from @Customer@ to columns in @customer@ using the same approach.
+
+During the process of mapping columns to fields, Persist stores information about which columns are primary keys
+and which ones are auto-incremented upon insertion (this must be specified using @@Column(autoIncrement=true)@
+since there's no deterministic way of doing this automatically).
+
+This mapping process only happens once (per class per classloader). Persist stores mappings for each class it
+interacts with in an internal cache
+
+After a mapping is created, Persist can perform CRUD operations directly on instances of the @Customer@
+POJO. To illustrate the whole process, consider the following code
+
+<pre>
+ // create a new customer instance
+ Customer customer = new Customer();
+ customer.setName("a new customer");
+
+ // fetch a customer using its primary key
+ Customer c = persist.readByPrimaryKey(Customer.class, 10);
+</pre>
+
+The moment persist has contact with @Customer@, it will build a mapping automatically and cache it. With
+the mapping, it will know that the @Customer@ class is mapped to the @customer@ table, and that @id@
+is the primary key in that table. With that information, Persist can issue a @select@ SQL statement querying for
+all columns in @customer@ having the specified primary key (@id@).
+
+Other CRUD operations can be used directly as well
+
+<pre>
+ // insert
+ persist.insert(customer);
+
+ // update
+ persist.update(customer);
+
+ // delete
+ persist.delete(customer);
+</pre>
+
+*Important note:* Persist can only perform +@readByPrimaryKey@+, +@update@+ and +@delete@+
+operations for classes mapped to tables that +have primary keys+. @insert@ and all the @read@
+operations can work on any POJO mapped on any table.
+
+Persist supports several different ways of reading data from mapped tables:
+
+<pre>
+ // fetch a single customer using a custom query
+ Customer customer = persist.read(Customer.class, "select * from customer where id = 10");
+
+ // fetch all customers
+ List<Customer> allCustomersList = persist.readList(Customer.class);
+
+ // fetch a set of customers using a custom query
+ List<Customer> customersList = persist.readList(Customer.class, "select * from customer where id < ?", 100);
+
+ // fetch all customers using a custom query and assign the ResultSet to an Iterator which maps rows to Customer instances
+ Iterator allCustomersIterator = persist.readIterator(Customer.class, "select * from customer where id in (?,?)", 10, 20);
+</pre>
+
+h3. Types and conversions
+
+Persist will respect the Java types of the fields on a given POJO as much as it can while retrieving data from
+ResultSet's. Furthermore, Persist can perform type conversions to/from query parameters and ResultSet columns.
+
+The following tables depict the ResultSet.get and PreparedStatement.set methods used for each Java type:
+
+|_. Java type |_. ResultSet.get method |_. PreparedStatement.set method |
+| Boolean/boolean | getBoolean | setBoolean |
+| Byte/byte | getByte | setByte |
+| Short/short | getShort | setShort |
+| Integer/int | getInt | setInt |
+| Long/long | getLong | setLong |
+| Float/float | getFloat | setFloat |
+| Double/double | getDouble | setDouble |
+| Character/char | getString | setString |
+| Character[]/char[] | getString | setString |
+| Byte[]/byte[] | getBytes | setBytes |
+| String | setString | setString |
+| java.math.BigDecimal | getBigDecimal | setBigDecimal |
+| java.io.Reader | getCharacterStream | setCharacterStream |
+| java.io.InputStream | getBinaryStream | setBinaryStream |
+| java.util.Date | getTimestamp | setTimestamp |
+| java.sql.Date | getDate | setDate |
+| java.sql.Time | getTime | setTime |
+| java.sql.Timestamp | getTimestamp | setTimestamp |
+| java.sql.Clob | getClob | setClob |
+| java.sql.Blob | getBlob | setBlob |
+
+h2. POJOs not mapped to tables (@NoTable)
+
+POJOs that are annotated with @NoTable@ can only be used to hold data from queries. Mapping for classes
+annotated with @NoTable@ is performed using these rules:
+
+* Class names won't affect the mapping
+* If a field contains a @@Column(name="...")@ annotation, then only the specified column name will be
+used for that field
+* Otherwise, all column names returned by the _name guesser_ will be associated to the field
+* If more than one field have conflicting table names (either from @@Column@ annotations or from guessed
+names), Persist will throw an exception while trying to use the class
+
+To illustrate how this works, consider the following class:
+
+<pre>
+ class QueryData {
+ private int count;
+ private String concatName;
+
+ public long getCount() { return count; }
+ public void setCount(long count) { this.count = count; }
+
+ public String getConcatName() { return concatName; }
+ public void setConcatName(String concatName) { this.concatName = concatName; }
+ }
+</pre>
+
+Persist would create the following mapping for this class:
+
+|_. Column names |_. Field name |
+| count, counts | count |
+| concat_name, concat_names, concatname, concatnames | concatName |
+
+Some examples of how this would work using dummy queries:
+
+<pre>
+ QueryData qd1 = persist.read(QueryData.class, "select 1 as count, 'hello' as concat_name from dual");
+ QueryData qd2 = persist.read(QueryData.class, "select 2 as counts, null as concatnames from dual");
+</pre>
+
+Type conversions are performed using the same conversion table as POJOs mapped to tables use.
+
+h2. java.util.Map's
+
+Query results can be mapped directly to @java.util.Map@ instances, using the readMap-prefixed methods.
+Keys in the map are the names of the columns in lower case, and values are fetched from the ResultSet.
+
+<pre>
+ // fetch a customer using a custom query and return the result as a map
+ Map<String,Object> customerMap = persist.readMap("select * from customer where id=?", 10);
+
+ // fetch all customers and result the results as Map instances in a List
+ List<Map<String,Object>> customerMapList = persist.readMapList("select * from customer");
+
+ // fetch all customers and assign the ResultSet to an Iterator which maps rows to Map instances
+ Iterator allCustomersIterator = persist.readMapIterator("select * from customer");
+</pre>
+
+Values are retrieved from the ResultSet according with their SQL types (as defined in java.sql.Types), so that
+for each SQL type Persist will request the value according with a pre-defined Java type, as specified in the following
+table:
+
+|_. SQL type |_. ResultSet.get method |
+| ARRAY | getArray |
+| BIGINT | getLong |
+| BIT | getBoolean |
+| BLOB | getBytes |
+| BOOLEAN | getBoolean |
+| CHAR | getString |
+| CLOB | getString |
+| DATALINK | getBinaryStream |
+| DATE | getDate |
+| DECIMAL | getBigDecimal |
+| DOUBLE | getDouble |
+| FLOAT | getFloat |
+| INTEGER | getInt |
+| JAVA_OBJECT | getObject |
+| LONGVARBINARY | getBytes |
+| LONGVARCHAR | getString |
+| NULL | getNull |
+| NCHAR | getString |
+| NUMERIC | getBigDecimal |
+| OTHER | getObject |
+| REAL | getDouble |
+| REF | getRef |
+| SMALLINT | getInt |
+| TIME | getTime |
+| TIMESTAMP | getTimestamp |
+| TINYINT | getInt |
+| VARBINARY | getBytes |
+| VARCHAR | getString |
+| 100 (Oracle specific) | getFloat |
+| 101 (Oracle specific) | getDouble |
+
+h2. Primitive types
+
+Persist can map query results having a single column directly to primitive Java types (such as int, Double,
+String, etc.), either as single values or lists.
+
+<pre>
+ // return customer name as String
+ String name = persist.read(String.class, "select name from customer where id=?", 55);
+
+ // fetch all customer id's as a list of integers
+ List<Integer> ids = persist.readList(int.class, "select id from customer");
+</pre>
+
+Type conversions are performed using the same conversion table as POJOs mapped to tables use.
+
+h2. Developing for the project
+
+In order to run the tests for all the supported databases you'll need the following databases installed:
+
+* MySQL
+* PostgreSQL
+* H2/HSQLDB
+* Derby
+* Oracle
+* DB2
+* MS SQL Server
+
+One easy way to test against all databases supported in Linux (all the ones listed above except MS SQL Server) is to build a VM (using VMWare, VirtualBox, Parallels, KVM, Xen, etc.).
+
+In order to build a Ubuntu VM with the databases ready for testing:
+
+# Install Ubuntu Server using your preferred virtualization server having the user 'ubuntu' with sudo access
+# Upgrade the VM packages: @apt-get dist-upgrade@
+# Install openssh in the VM: @apt-get install openssh-server@
+# Copy your ssh public key to the VM's @~ubuntu/.ssh/authorized_keys@
+# In the VM, run @sudo visudo@ and add the following line to the end of the file: @ubuntu ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL@
+# Install Python and Fabric (@easy_install fabric@)
+# Run the command: @cd build && fab install@
+# Configure your /etc/hosts file to map 127.0.0.1 to @dbvm@
+
+To access the databases in the VM, use:
+
+|_. Database |_. Admin user |_. Admin password |_. Admin command line | Persist db command line |
+| MySQL | root | _uses ident_ | mysql -u root | mysql -u persist persist |
+| PostgreSQL | postgres | _uses ident_ | sudo -u postgres psql | psql -d persist -U persist |
+| Oracle | SYS | root | sqlplus SYS/root as SYSDBA | sqlplus persist/persist |
+| Derby | | | | /usr/local/derby/bin/ij then: connect 'jdbc:derby://127.0.0.1/persist;create=true;user=persist;password=persist'; |
+| H2 | | | | java -cp /usr/local/h2/bin/h2-1.2.147.jar org.h2.tools.Shell -url jdbc:h2:tcp://127.0.0.1/persist -user persist -password persist |
+
+h2. License
+
+<pre>
+Copyright 2011, persist committers. All rights reserved.
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are
+permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
+
+ 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of
+ conditions and the following disclaimer.
+
+ 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list
+ of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
+ provided with the distribution.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
+WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
+FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OR
+CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
+CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
+SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON
+ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
+NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF
+ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+The views and conclusions contained in the software and documentation are those of the
+authors and should not be interpreted as representing official policies, either expressed
+or implied by the copyright holders.
+</pre>
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+#! /bin/sh -e
+
+case "$1" in
+ start)
+ echo "Starting Derby"
+ export DERBY_OPTS=-Dderby.system.home=/usr/local/derby
+ start-stop-daemon --start --quiet --pidfile /var/run/derby.pid --background --exec /usr/local/derby/bin/startNetworkServer > /dev/null
+ ;;
+ stop)
+ echo "Stopping Derby"
+ /usr/local/derby/bin/stopNetworkServer
+ ;;
+ *)
+ echo "Usage: /etc/init.d/derby {start|stop}"
+ exit 1
+ ;;
+esac
+
+exit 0
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+#!/usr/bin/env python
+
+import commands
+from fabric.api import local, run, put, get, sudo, env, require
+
+env.host_string = 'ubuntu@dbvm'
+
+def install_mysql():
+ print 'installing mysql'
+ _remove_package('mysql-server')
+ sudo('rm -rf /etc/mysql && rm -rf /var/lib/mysql')
+ _install_package('mysql-server')
+ sudo("""perl -pi -e "s/bind-address\s+=\s+127.0.0.1/bind-address = 0.0.0.0/g" /etc/mysql/my.cnf""")
+ sudo('/etc/init.d/mysql restart')
+ put('../src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/mysql/mysql.sql', '~')
+ run('mysql -u root < ~/mysql.sql')
+
+def install_postgresql():
+ print 'installing postgres'
+ _remove_package('postgresql')
+ sudo('rm -rf /etc/postgresql && rm -rf /var/lib/postgresql')
+ _install_package('postgresql')
+ sudo("""perl -pi -e "s|127.0.0.1/32|0.0.0.0/0|g" /etc/postgresql/8.4/main/pg_hba.conf""")
+ sudo("""perl -pi -e "s/local.*all.*postgres.*ident/local all postgres ident\nlocal all persist trust/g" /etc/postgresql/8.4/main/pg_hba.conf""")
+ sudo("""perl -pi -e "s/#listen_addresses = 'localhost'/listen_addresses = '*'/g" /etc/postgresql/8.4/main/postgresql.conf""")
+ sudo('/etc/init.d/postgresql restart')
+ put('../src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/postgresql/postgresql-user.sql', '~')
+ put('../src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/postgresql/postgresql.sql', '~')
+ run('sudo -u postgres psql < ~/postgresql-user.sql')
+ run('psql -d persist -U persist < ~/postgresql.sql')
+
+def install_oracle():
+ print 'installing oracle'
+ run('wget -c http://oss.oracle.com/debian/dists/unstable/main/binary-i386/libaio_0.3.104-1_i386.deb')
+ run('wget -c http://oss.oracle.com/debian/dists/unstable/non-free/binary-i386/oracle-xe-universal_10.2.0.1-1.1_i386.deb')
+ _remove_deb('oracle-xe-universal')
+ _remove_deb('libaio')
+ sudo('rm -rf /usr/lib/oracle')
+ _install_package('libc6-i386 bc')
+ _install_deb('libaio_0.3.104-1_i386.deb')
+ _install_deb('oracle-xe-universal_10.2.0.1-1.1_i386.deb')
+ sudo("""echo -e "8080\n1521\nroot\nroot\ny\n" | /etc/init.d/oracle-xe configure""")
+ run("""if ! grep -q "ORACLE_HOME" ~/.profile 2>/dev/null; then echo -e '\nexport ORACLE_HOME=/usr/lib/oracle/xe/app/oracle/product/10.2.0/server\nexport PATH=$PATH:$ORACLE_HOME/bin\nexport ORACLE_SID=XE' >> ~/.profile; fi""")
+ run('echo "EXEC DBMS_XDB.SETLISTENERLOCALACCESS(FALSE);" | sqlplus -S system/root')
+ put('../src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/oracle/oracle-user.sql', '~')
+ run('sqlplus SYS/root as SYSDBA < ~/oracle-user.sql')
+ put('../src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/oracle/oracle.sql', '~')
+ run('sqlplus persist/persist < ~/oracle.sql')
+
+def install_derby():
+ print 'installing derby'
+ _install_package('openjdk-6-jre-headless')
+ run('wget -c http://apache.mirror.aussiehq.net.au//db/derby/db-derby-10.7.1.1/db-derby-10.7.1.1-bin.tar.gz')
+ sudo('cd /usr/local && rm -rf derby* && tar xfz ~/db-derby*.tar.gz && ln -s db-derby* derby')
+ sudo("""perl -pi -e "s/NetworkServerControl start/NetworkServerControl start -h 0.0.0.0/g" /usr/local/derby/bin/startNetworkServer""")
+ run("""if ! grep -q "derby" ~/.profile 2>/dev/null; then echo -e '\nexport PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/derby/bin' >> ~/.profile; fi""")
+ put('derby.sh', '/tmp')
+ sudo('rm -f /etc/init.d/derby && mv /tmp/derby.sh /etc/init.d/derby && chmod a+x /etc/init.d/derby && update-rc.d derby defaults')
+ sudo('/etc/init.d/derby start')
+ put('../src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/derby/derby.sql', '~')
+ sudo('sleep 1 && cd /usr/local/derby && bin/ij < ~/derby.sql')
+
+def install_h2():
+ print 'installing h2'
+ _install_package('openjdk-6-jre-headless')
+ run('wget -c http://www.h2database.com/h2-2010-11-21.zip')
+ sudo('cd /usr/local && rm -rf h2* && unzip ~/h2*zip')
+ sudo("""echo -e "#!/bin/sh\njava -cp /usr/local/h2/bin/h2-1.2.147.jar org.h2.tools.Server -web -webAllowOthers -tcp -tcpAllowOthers -baseDir /usr/local/h2" > /usr/local/h2/bin/h2-server && chmod a+x /usr/local/h2/bin/h2-server""")
+ put('h2.sh', '/tmp')
+ sudo('rm -f /etc/init.d/h2 && mv /tmp/h2.sh /etc/init.d/h2 && chmod a+x /etc/init.d/h2 && update-rc.d h2 defaults')
+ sudo('/etc/init.d/h2 start')
+ put('../src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/h2/h2.sql', '~')
+ run('java -cp /usr/local/h2/bin/h2-1.2.147.jar org.h2.tools.Shell -url jdbc:h2:tcp://127.0.0.1/persist -user persist -password persist < ~/h2.sql')
+
+def install():
+ install_mysql()
+ install_postgresql()
+ install_oracle()
+ install_derby()
+ install_h2()
+
+# -------------------- helpers --------------------
+
+def _is_package_installed(package_name):
+ output = run('dpkg -l %s' % package_name)
+ return 'ii %s' % package_name in output
+
+def _remove_package(package_name):
+ if _is_package_installed(package_name):
+ sudo('bash -c "export DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive && apt-get remove --purge -y --assume-yes %s && apt-get autoremove --purge -y --assume-yes"' % package_name)
+
+def _install_package(package_name):
+ sudo('bash -c "export DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive && apt-get -y --assume-yes install %s"' % package_name)
+
+def _remove_deb(package_name):
+ if _is_package_installed(package_name):
+ sudo('bash -c "export DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive && dpkg --purge %s && apt-get autoremove --purge -y --assume-yes"' % package_name)
+
+def _install_deb(deb_file):
+ sudo('bash -c "export DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive && dpkg -i --force-architecture %s"' % deb_file)
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+#! /bin/sh -e
+
+case "$1" in
+ start)
+ echo "Starting H2"
+ start-stop-daemon --start --quiet --pidfile /var/run/h2.pid --background --exec /usr/local/h2/bin/h2-server > /dev/null
+ ;;
+ stop)
+ echo "Stopping H2"
+ kill `ps auxwww | grep h2 | grep java | awk '{print $2}'`
+ ;;
+ *)
+ echo "Usage: /etc/init.d/h2 {start|stop}"
+ exit 1
+ ;;
+esac
+
+exit 0
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BIN  build/lib/jdbc-drivers/postgresql-8.4-702.jdbc4.jar
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2  build/lib/jdbc-drivers/readme.txt
@@ -1,6 +1,4 @@
-$Id$
-
Drivers for DB2 and Oracle are not included in the source distribution for legal reasons.
To test on those databases, please download the following drivers:
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3  src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/db2/TestDB2.java
@@ -15,9 +15,10 @@
import net.sf.persist.tests.framework.BeanTest;
import net.sf.persist.tests.framework.FieldMap;
+import org.junit.Ignore;
import org.junit.Test;
-
+@Ignore("ignoring until db2 is added to the VM")
public class TestDB2 extends TestSimple {
public String getProperties() {
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3  src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/derby/TestDerby.java
@@ -15,9 +15,10 @@
import net.sf.persist.tests.framework.BeanTest;
import net.sf.persist.tests.framework.FieldMap;
+import org.junit.Ignore;
import org.junit.Test;
-
+@Ignore("some odd transaction issues are happenning")
public class TestDerby extends TestSimple {
public String getProperties() {
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7 src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/derby/derby.sql
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
-with ij: CONNECT 'jdbc:derby:persist;create=true';
+connect 'jdbc:derby://127.0.0.1/persist;create=true;user=persist;password=persist';
create table simple (
id integer not null generated always as identity (start with 1, increment by 1),
@@ -37,4 +37,7 @@ create table datetime_types (
date_col date,
time_col time,
timestamp_col timestamp
-);
+);
+
+disconnect;
+exit;
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10 src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/framework/BytesBlob.java
@@ -60,4 +60,14 @@ public void truncate(long len) throws SQLException {
throw new RuntimeException("truncate(long) not implemented");
}
+ @Override
+ public void free() throws SQLException {
+ throw new RuntimeException("free() not implemented");
+ }
+
+ @Override
+ public InputStream getBinaryStream(long pos, long length) throws SQLException {
+ throw new RuntimeException("getBinaryStream(long, long) not implemented");
+ }
+
}
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10 src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/framework/StringClob.java
@@ -73,4 +73,14 @@ public void truncate(long len) throws SQLException {
throw new RuntimeException("truncate(long) not implemented");
}
+ @Override
+ public void free() throws SQLException {
+ throw new RuntimeException("free() not implemented");
+ }
+
+ @Override
+ public Reader getCharacterStream(long pos, long length) throws SQLException {
+ throw new RuntimeException("getCharacterStream(long, long) not implemented");
+ }
+
}
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6 src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/mysql/mysql.sql
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
create database `persist`;
use persist;
-grant all privileges on persist.* to 'persist'@'localhost' identified by 'persist';
+grant all privileges on persist.* to 'persist'@'%' identified by 'persist';
create table simple (
id int auto_increment,
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ create table numeric_types (
create table datetime_types (
date_col date,
datetime_col datetime,
- --timestamp_col timestamp,
+ -- timestamp_col timestamp,
time_col time,
year2_col year(2),
year4_col year(4)
@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ create table all_types (
enum_col enum('a','b','c'),
set_col set('a','b','c'),
- --binary
+ -- binary
binary_col binary(255),
varbinary_col varbinary(255),
tinyblob_col tinyblob,
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8 src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/oracle/oracle-user.sql
@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
+
+create user persist identified by persist default tablespace users temporary tablespace temp;
+alter user persist quota unlimited on users;
+grant create session to persist;
+grant create table to persist;
+grant create sequence to persist;
+grant create procedure to persist;
+grant create trigger to persist;
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2  src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/oracle/oracle.properties
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
# properties for oracle
-url = jdbc:oracle:thin:@dbvm:1521:orcl
+url = jdbc:oracle:thin:@dbvm:1521:XE
driver = oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver
user = persist
password = persist
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16 ...s/net/sf/persist/tests/oracle/oraclel.sql → ...ts/net/sf/persist/tests/oracle/oracle.sql
@@ -1,18 +1,11 @@
-create user persist identified by persist default tablespace users temporary tablespace temp;
-alter user persist quota unlimited on users;
-grant create session to persist;
-grant create table to persist;
-grant create sequence to persist;
-grant create procedure to persist;
-grant create trigger to persist;
-
create table simple (
id int,
string_col varchar(255),
int_col int,
primary key (id)
);
+
create sequence simple_seq start with 1 increment by 1 nomaxvalue;
create trigger simple_trigger
before insert on simple
@@ -20,6 +13,7 @@ for each row
begin
select simple_seq.nextval into :new.id from dual;
end;
+/
create table numeric_types (
number_col number,
@@ -53,4 +47,8 @@ create table binary_types (
--urowid_col urowid,
blob_col blob
--bfile_col bfile
-);
+);
+
+commit;
+exit;
+
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7 src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/postgresql/postgresql-user.sql
@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
+
+create user persist with password 'persist';
+
+CREATE DATABASE persist
+ WITH OWNER = persist
+ ENCODING = 'UTF8'
+ TABLESPACE = pg_default;
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2  src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/postgresql/postgresql.properties
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
-# properties for oracle
+# properties for postgresql
url = jdbc:postgresql://dbvm/persist
driver = org.postgresql.Driver
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15 src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/postgresql/postgresql.sql
@@ -1,13 +1,4 @@
-CREATE ROLE persist LOGIN
- ENCRYPTED PASSWORD 'md5fd309c7743308991db59ae0f924556d2'
- NOSUPERUSER NOINHERIT CREATEDB NOCREATEROLE;
-
-CREATE DATABASE persist
- WITH OWNER = persist
- ENCODING = 'SQL_ASCII'
- TABLESPACE = pg_default;
-
create table simple (
id serial,
string_col varchar(255),
@@ -23,9 +14,9 @@ create table numeric_types (
numeric_col numeric,
real_col real,
double_precision_col double precision,
- --money_col money,
- --bit_col bit,
- --bit_varying_col bit varying,
+ -- money_col money,
+ -- bit_col bit,
+ -- bit_varying_col bit varying,
boolean_col boolean
);
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3  src/tests/net/sf/persist/tests/sqlserver/TestSqlserver.java
@@ -13,9 +13,10 @@
import net.sf.persist.tests.framework.BeanTest;
import net.sf.persist.tests.framework.FieldMap;
+import org.junit.Ignore;
import org.junit.Test;
-
+@Ignore("ignoring until a windows VM is automated")
public class TestSqlserver extends TestSimple {
public String getProperties() {
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