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Implementing Client-Side Row-Level Security with jOOQ

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Some time ago, we’ve promised to follow up on our Constraints on Views article with a sequel showing how to implement client-side row-level security with jOOQ. What is row-level security? Some databases like Oracle or the upcoming PostgreSQL 9.5 provide native support for row-level security, which is awesome – but not every database has this feature. Row level security essentially ...

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PostgreSQL’s Best-Kept Secret, and how to Use it with jOOQ

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PostgreSQL has a lot of secret data types. In recent times, PostgreSQL’s JSON and JSONB support was hyped as being the NoSQL on SQL secret (e.g. as advertised by ToroDB) that allows you to get the best out of both worlds. But there are many other useful data types, among which the range type. How does the range type work? ...

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Hack up a Simple JDBC ResultSet Cache Using jOOQ’s MockDataProvider

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Some queries shouldn’t hit the database all the time. When you query for master data (such as system settings, languages, translations, etc.), for instance, you may want to avoid sending the same silly query (and the results) over the wire all the time. For example: SELECT * FROM languages Most databases maintain buffer caches to accelerate these queries, so you ...

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jOOQ vs. Hibernate: When to Choose Which

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Hibernate has become a de-facto standard in the Java ecosystem, and after the fact, also an actual JavaEE standard implementation if standards matter to you, and if you put the JCP on the same level with ISO, ANSI, IEEE, etc. This article does not intended to discuss standards, but visions. Hibernate shares JPA’s vision of ORM. jOOQ shares SQL’s vision ...

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Integrating jOOQ with Grails Featuring the UWS-jOOQ Plugin

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Introduction Grails is a web framework aimed to boost development productivity. One of the main features is domain centric database schema generation. Applications built with Grails are able to update existing schema just before they start. To do this, Grails is using built-in domain mappers or migrations in more advanced cases. The goal of the UWS-jOOQ Grails-plugin is to integrate ...

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jOOQ vs. Slick – Pros and Cons of Each Approach

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Every framework introduces a new compromise. A compromise that is introduced because the framework makes some assumptions about how you’d like to interact with your software infrastructure. An example of where this compromise has struck users recently is the discussion “Are Slick queries generally isomorphic to the SQL queries?“. And, of course, the answer is: No. What appears to be ...

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Transform Your SQL Data into Charts Using jOOQ and JavaFX

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In the recent past, we’ve shown how Java 8 and functional programming will bring a new perspective to Java developers when it comes to functional data transformation of SQL data using jOOQ and Java 8 lambdas and Streams. Today, we take this a step further and transform the data into JavaFX XYChart.Series to produce nice-looking bar charts from our data. ...

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jOOQ Tuesdays: Yalim Gerger brings Git to Oracle

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We’re excited to launch a new series on our blog: the jOOQ Tuesdays. In this series, we’ll publish an article on the third Tuesday every month where we interview someone we find exciting in our industry from a jOOQ perspective. This includes people who work with SQL, Java, Open Source, and a variety of other related topics. We have the ...

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Painless Access from Java to PL/SQL Procedures with jOOQ

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PL/SQL is one of those things. Most people try to stay clear of it. Few people really love it. I just happen to suffer from stockholm syndrome, since I’m working a lot with banks. Even if the PL/SQL syntax and the tooling sometimes remind me of the good old times…           … I still believe that ...

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