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Hibernate - Relational Persistence for Java

Hibernate facilitated the storage and retrieval of domain objects via Object/Relational Mapping. Today, Hibernate is a collection of related projects enabling developers to utilize POJO-style domain models in their applications in ways extending well beyond Object/Relational Mapping.

norm - Not Object-Relational Mapping

Norm is a simple way to access a JDBC database, usually in one line of code. It purges your code of the complex mess that is Hibernate, JPA, and ORM. It is an extremely lightweight layer over JDBC. It gets rid of large amounts of boilerplate JDBC code.

jOOQ - Java Object Oriented Querying

jOOQ stands for Java Object Oriented Querying, it effectively combines complex SQL, typesafety, source code generation, active records, stored procedures, advanced data types, and Java in a fluent, intuitive DSL. It is NOT an OR-mapper, but provides a 1:1 mapping between tables/views and classes. Between columns and members. It supports all standard SQL language features including the more complex UNION's, nested SELECTs, joins, aliasing.

OrmLite - A lightweight ORM for Java

Object Relational Mapping Lite (ORM Lite) provides some simple, lightweight functionality for persisting Java objects to SQL databases while avoiding the complexity and overhead of more standard ORM packages.