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KeyAccess is a light-weight object-relational mapping (ORM) tool for Java, using existing databases as the starting point to generate a domain model. Its main goal is to reduce and sometimes eliminate manual updating between your domain object model and the underlying databases, while still being able to use arbitrarily complex SQL queries. In addition, KeyAccess doesn’t mandate a special architecture or framework – it will work in any application using JDBC.

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Recent releases

  •  25 May 2010 13:49

    Release Notes: Support for table filtering on user schemas and API improvements were added.

    •  23 Apr 2010 14:03

      Release Notes: This release adds debugging facilities and more flexible query functions.

      •  04 Mar 2010 15:28

        Release Notes: This release adds support for character large objects (Clob) to java.lang.String conversions and ORDER BY clauses in the generated query methods.

        •  10 Feb 2010 14:05

          Release Notes: This version adds automatic date type conversion and introduces an object parameters option on the query interface.

          •  03 Feb 2010 18:39

            Release Notes: Initial release.


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