Projects / SpiderDB


SpiderDB is a lightweight database schema crawler library developed using Java. It is a simple library that can be used to Crawler the underlying schema of a database and return POJO objects, which makes it very easy to use. This library takes care of all the differences among the various database management systems, and makes application code free from the DBMS differences.You keep using same POJOs even if you change the underlying DBMS.

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Recent releases

  •  13 Dec 2010 18:35

    Release Notes: Support for fetching functions for a given schema was added.

    •  02 Oct 2010 13:21

      Release Notes: This release adds support for Oracle Database and fixes one important bug.

      •  24 Sep 2010 15:51

        Release Notes: Support for fetching Procedures for a given schema was added.

        •  18 Sep 2010 16:58

          Release Notes: This release fixes couple of important bugs. Support for views was added.

          •  13 Sep 2010 14:20

            Release Notes: IBM DB2 is now supported by this library. Triggers are now supported. Users of 1.2 can safely upgrade to this release and they get added features without breaking anything.

            Recent comments

            01 Sep 2010 12:14 sfatehi

            Essentially, the developer has taken the SchemaCrawler project code, and stripped out a lot of the functionality, so it is no coincidence that the library is similar in concept, but smaller in size. This plagiarism is to the extent that he has not even bothered to change some of the class names, comments, and constant names.


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