Java and SQL have come a long way. SQL is an "old", yet established and well-understood technology. Java is a legacy too, although its platform JVM allows for many new and contemporary languages built on top of it. Yet, after all these years, libraries dealing with the interface between SQL and Java have come and gone, leaving JPA to be a standard that is accepted only with doubts, short of any surviving options.
ObjectiveSQL has come to fill this gap.
- With one annotation your Class has fully featured capabilities of SQL programming
- Easy to relational(has_one, has_many and beglongs_to) query and paged query
- Writing SQL expressions(arithmetic, comparison and logical) with Java syntax
// SQL programming with Java syntax without losing the features of SQL syntax Order.Table orderTable = Order.asTable(); Select select = new Select(); select.project(sum(orderTable.amount) / sum(orderTable.quantity) * 100) .from(orderTable) .where(orderTable.quantity > 30 && orderTable.salesAt.between("2020-10-10 00:00:00", "2020-10-30 23:59:59")) .groupBy(orderTable.productId);
-- SQL syntax is the same as Java syntax SELECT ((((SUM(`T0`.`amount` ) / SUM(`T0`.`quantity` ) )) * 100)) FROM `orders` AS `T0` WHERE ((`T0`.`quantity` > 30) AND `T0`.`sales_at` BETWEEN '2020-10-10 00:00:00' AND '2020-10-30 23:59:59') GROUP BY `T0`.`product_id`