What’s new in jOOQ Open Source Edition 3.12.1:
- Bug Fixes:
- #9106 jOOQ 3.12.0 codegen fails with an incorrect query where 3.11 worked correctly (PostgreSQL)
- #9112 Cannot build Javadoc in jOOQ-checker under Java 11
jOOQ (Java Object Oriented Querying) Open Source Edition is an open source and freely distributed version of the jOOQ command-line software implemented in Java and designed from the ground up to act as a tool for generating Java code from various databases.
The application includes a fluent API (Application Programming Interface) that allows you to build type safe SQL queries. It is also distributed as two commercial editions, Professional and Enterprise.
Features at a glance
Key features of jOOQ Open Source Edition include support for generating Java code generation, support for active records, type safe SQL query support, SQL standard support, as well as vendor-specific feature support.
In addition, the software offers support for stored procedures, support or shared-schema or multi-schema multi-tenancy, hooks for SQL generation lifecycle, and support for SQL transformations.
Supports a wide variety of open-source databases
As expected, the Open Source Edition of jOOQ supports a wide variety of open-source databases, among which we can mention CUBRID, Apache Derby, Firebird, HSQLDB (HyperSQL DataBase), MySQL Community Edition, PostgreSQL, H2, as well as SQLite.
The commercial editions of jOOQ come with built-in support for all the aforementioned open-source databases, as well as for all the commercial databases, including Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle XE, Oracle Standard Edition, Oracle Enterprise Edition, Informix, IBM DB2, MySQL Enterprise Edition, Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise and Sybase SQL Anywhere.
Under the hood and supported operating systems
Taking a look under the hood of jOOQ, we can immediately notice that the application has been written entirely in the Java programming language, which means that is is supported on any computer operating system where the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) is available.
At the moment, it has been successfully tested with numerous distributions of Linux, as well as with Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems, supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit computer architectures.