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jOOQ is a Java library typically used in Database, SQL Database, Hibernate, JPA, Oracle applications. jOOQ has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available and it has medium support. However jOOQ has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub, Maven.
Other platforms incorporate ideas such as LINQ (with LINQ-to-SQL), or Scala’s SLICK, or also Java’s QueryDSL to better integrate querying as a concept into their respective language. By querying, they understand querying of arbitrary targets, such as SQL, XML, Collections and other heterogeneous data stores. jOOQ claims that this is going the wrong way too. In more advanced querying use-cases (more than simple CRUD and the occasional JOIN), people will want to profit from the expressivity of SQL. Due to the relational nature of SQL, this is quite different from what object-oriented and partially functional languages such as C#, Scala, or Java can offer. It is very hard to formally express and validate joins and the ad-hoc table expression types they create. It gets even harder when you want support for more advanced table expressions, such as pivot tables, unnested cursors, or just arbitrary projections from derived tables. With a very strong object-oriented typing model, these features will probably stay out of scope. In essence, the decision of creating an API that looks like SQL or one that looks like C#, Scala, Java is a definite decision in favour of one or the other platform. While it will be easier to evolve SLICK in similar ways as LINQ (or QueryDSL in the Java world), SQL feature scope that clearly communicates its underlying intent will be very hard to add, later on (e.g. how would you model Oracle’s partitioned outer join syntax? How would you model ANSI/ISO SQL:1999 grouping sets? How can you support scalar subquery caching? etc…​). jOOQ has come to fill this gap.
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kandi-support Support

  • jOOQ has a medium active ecosystem.
  • It has 4882 star(s) with 1076 fork(s). There are 156 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 2110 open issues and 11075 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 316 days. There are 2 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of jOOQ is current.
jOOQ Support
Best in #SQL Database
Average in #SQL Database
jOOQ Support
Best in #SQL Database
Average in #SQL Database

quality kandi Quality

  • jOOQ has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
jOOQ Quality
Best in #SQL Database
Average in #SQL Database
jOOQ Quality
Best in #SQL Database
Average in #SQL Database

securitySecurity

  • jOOQ has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • jOOQ code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
jOOQ Security
Best in #SQL Database
Average in #SQL Database
jOOQ Security
Best in #SQL Database
Average in #SQL Database

license License

  • jOOQ has a Non-SPDX License.
  • Non-SPDX licenses can be open source with a non SPDX compliant license, or non open source licenses, and you need to review them closely before use.
jOOQ License
Best in #SQL Database
Average in #SQL Database
jOOQ License
Best in #SQL Database
Average in #SQL Database

buildReuse

  • jOOQ releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
  • Deployable package is available in Maven.
  • Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
  • It has 303084 lines of code, 47262 functions and 2598 files.
  • It has high code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
jOOQ Reuse
Best in #SQL Database
Average in #SQL Database
jOOQ Reuse
Best in #SQL Database
Average in #SQL Database
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed jOOQ and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into jOOQ implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Parses an insert statement .
  • Create a table with values from given rows .
  • Appends two schemas .
  • Visit a query part .
  • Recursive method to add all of the FROM clause
  • Format the given value as a JSON string .
  • Store insert rows .
  • Adds conditions to a query .
  • Adds the conditions to the conditions .
  • Yield YY token

jOOQ Key Features

jOOQ is the best way to write SQL in Java

jOOQ throws class file for java.util.concurrent.Flow not found for where condition

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<!-- Specify the maven code generator plugin -->
<!-- Use org.jooq                for the Open Source Edition
         org.jooq.pro            for commercial editions with Java 17 support, 
         org.jooq.pro-java-11    for commercial editions with Java 11 support,
         org.jooq.pro-java-8     for commercial editions with Java 8 support,
         org.jooq.trial          for the free trial edition with Java 17 support, 
         org.jooq.trial-java-11  for the free trial edition with Java 11 support, 
         org.jooq.trial-java-8   for the free trial edition with Java 8 support 
         
     Note: Only the Open Source Edition is hosted on Maven Central. 
           Import the others manually from your distribution -->
<groupId>org.jooq</groupId>
<artifactId>jooq-codegen-maven</artifactId>
<version>3.16.5</version>

How can I map entity using a Jooq?

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// Assuming the usual static import:
import static org.jooq.impl.DSL.*;

ctx.select(
       PAYMENT_METHOD.ID,
       PAYMENT_METHOD.PROVIDER_ID,
       PAYMENT_METHOD.NAME,
       ...
       multiset(
           select(
               PAYMENT_METHOD_CURRENCY.ID,
               PAYMENT_METHOD_CURRENCY.NAME,
               ...
           )
           .from(PAYMENT_METHOD_CURRENCY)
           .where(PAYMENT_METHOD_CURRENCY.METHOD_ID.eq(PAYMENT_METHOD.ID))
       ).convertFrom(r -> r.map(Records.mapping(Currency::new)))
   )
   .from(PAYMENT_METHOD)
   .fetch(Records.mapping(PaymentMethod::new))
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private fun mapRecords(records: Result<Record>): List<PaymentMethod> {
        val paymentMethodCurrencies = records.into(PaymentMethodCurrencyRecord::class.java)
            .map(::mapPaymentMethodCurrency)
            .groupBy { it.paymentMethodId }

        val paymentMethods = records.into(PaymentMethodRecord::class.java).distinct()
            .map { 
                mapPaymentMethod(it, paymentMethodCurrencies[it.id])
            }

        return paymentMethods
    }

Why can't a bind variable be used from ojdbc with Oracle JSON_ARRAY() in the presence of FORMAT JSON

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try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) format json,
          cast(? as number) -- cast here
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) /* no format json here */,
          ?
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) format json,
          nvl(null, ?) -- Dummy expression here
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) format json,
          null, -- This is ignored
          ?
          absent on null
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
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try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) format json,
          cast(? as number) -- cast here
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) /* no format json here */,
          ?
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) format json,
          nvl(null, ?) -- Dummy expression here
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) format json,
          null, -- This is ignored
          ?
          absent on null
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
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try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) format json,
          cast(? as number) -- cast here
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) /* no format json here */,
          ?
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) format json,
          nvl(null, ?) -- Dummy expression here
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) format json,
          null, -- This is ignored
          ?
          absent on null
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
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try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) format json,
          cast(? as number) -- cast here
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) /* no format json here */,
          ?
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) format json,
          nvl(null, ?) -- Dummy expression here
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}
try (PreparedStatement s = connection.prepareStatement(
    """
    select
      json_arrayagg(
        json_array(
          (select json_arrayagg(json_array(?) format json) from dual) format json,
          null, -- This is ignored
          ?
          absent on null
        )
        format json
      )
    from dual
    """
)) {
    s.setInt(1, 1);
    s.setInt(2, 2);

    try (ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery()) {
        while (rs.next())
            System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
    }
}

Will 'forUpdate().fetchAny(condition)' lock only one row or multiple rows?

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dslContext()
    .select()
    .from(my_table)
    .where(some_condition)
    .limit(1)
    .forUpdate()
    .skipLocked()
    .fetchOne();

Inserting multiple rows in the JOOQ + returning the ids

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context

   // No ID column here
   .insertInto(MY_TABLE, MY_TABLE.STATUS, MY_TABLE.NAME)

   // Use a Record2<?, ?> type here
   .valuesOfRecords(records)
   .returningResult(MY_TABLE.ID)
   .fetchInto(Long.class);
context
   .insertInto(MY_TABLE, MY_TABLE.STATUS, MY_TABLE.NAME)
   .valuesOfRows(records
       .stream()
       // An example mapping. 
       .map(r -> row(r.getStatus(), r.getName()))
       .toList()
    )
   .returningResult(MY_TABLE.ID)
   .fetchInto(Long.class);
context
   .insertInto(MY_TABLE, MY_TABLE.STATUS, MY_TABLE.NAME)
   .valuesOfRows(records
       .stream()
       .collect(Rows.toRowList(r -> r.getStatus(), r -> r.getName()))
    )
   .returningResult(MY_TABLE.ID)
   .fetchInto(Long.class);
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context

   // No ID column here
   .insertInto(MY_TABLE, MY_TABLE.STATUS, MY_TABLE.NAME)

   // Use a Record2<?, ?> type here
   .valuesOfRecords(records)
   .returningResult(MY_TABLE.ID)
   .fetchInto(Long.class);
context
   .insertInto(MY_TABLE, MY_TABLE.STATUS, MY_TABLE.NAME)
   .valuesOfRows(records
       .stream()
       // An example mapping. 
       .map(r -> row(r.getStatus(), r.getName()))
       .toList()
    )
   .returningResult(MY_TABLE.ID)
   .fetchInto(Long.class);
context
   .insertInto(MY_TABLE, MY_TABLE.STATUS, MY_TABLE.NAME)
   .valuesOfRows(records
       .stream()
       .collect(Rows.toRowList(r -> r.getStatus(), r -> r.getName()))
    )
   .returningResult(MY_TABLE.ID)
   .fetchInto(Long.class);
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context

   // No ID column here
   .insertInto(MY_TABLE, MY_TABLE.STATUS, MY_TABLE.NAME)

   // Use a Record2<?, ?> type here
   .valuesOfRecords(records)
   .returningResult(MY_TABLE.ID)
   .fetchInto(Long.class);
context
   .insertInto(MY_TABLE, MY_TABLE.STATUS, MY_TABLE.NAME)
   .valuesOfRows(records
       .stream()
       // An example mapping. 
       .map(r -> row(r.getStatus(), r.getName()))
       .toList()
    )
   .returningResult(MY_TABLE.ID)
   .fetchInto(Long.class);
context
   .insertInto(MY_TABLE, MY_TABLE.STATUS, MY_TABLE.NAME)
   .valuesOfRows(records
       .stream()
       .collect(Rows.toRowList(r -> r.getStatus(), r -> r.getName()))
    )
   .returningResult(MY_TABLE.ID)
   .fetchInto(Long.class);

Null objects while using Coalesce and duplicate values while joining

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dslContext.select(jsonObject(
    key("id").value(USER.ID),
    key("username").value(USER.USERNAME),
    key("roles").value(coalesce(field(
        select(jsonArrayAgg(jsonObject(
            key("id").value(ROLE.ID),
            key("name").value(ROLE.NAME),
            key("permission").value(coalesce(field(
                select(coalesce(jsonArrayAgg(jsonObject(
                    key("id").value(PERMISSION.ID),
                    key("name").value(PERMISSION.NAME)
                )), jsonArray()))
                .from(ROLE_PERMISSION)
                .join(PERMISSION)
                .on(PERMISSION.ID.eq(ROLE_PERMISSION.PERMISSION_ID))
                .where(ROLE_PERMISSION.ROLE_ID.eq(ROLE.ID))
                .orderBy(PERMISSION.NAME.asc())
            ), jsonArray()))
        )))
        .from(USER_ROLE)
        .join(ROLE)
        .on(USER_ROLE.ROLE_ID.eq(ROLE.ID))
        .where(USER_ROLE.USER_ID.eq(USER.ID))
    ), jsonArray())),
    key("permissions").value(coalesce(field(
        select(coalesce(jsonArrayAgg(jsonObject(
            key("id").value(PERMISSION.ID),
            key("name").value(PERMISSION.NAME)
        )))
        .from(USER_PERMISSION)
        .join(PERMISSION)
        .on(USER_PERMISSION.PERMISSION_ID.eq(PERMISSION.ID))
        .where(USER_PERMISSION.USER_ID.eq(USER.ID))
    ), jsonArray()))
))
.from(USER)
.orderBy(USER.ID.asc())
.fetch().into(JSONObject.class);
.where(role != null
    ? exists(selectOne()
          .from(USER_ROLE)
          .where(USER_ROLE.role().NAME.eq(role))
      )
    : noCondition()
)
.and(permission != null
    ? exists(selectOne()
          .from(USER_PERMISSION)
          .where(USER_PERMISSION.permission().NAME.eq(permission))
      )
    : noCondition()
)
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dslContext.select(jsonObject(
    key("id").value(USER.ID),
    key("username").value(USER.USERNAME),
    key("roles").value(coalesce(field(
        select(jsonArrayAgg(jsonObject(
            key("id").value(ROLE.ID),
            key("name").value(ROLE.NAME),
            key("permission").value(coalesce(field(
                select(coalesce(jsonArrayAgg(jsonObject(
                    key("id").value(PERMISSION.ID),
                    key("name").value(PERMISSION.NAME)
                )), jsonArray()))
                .from(ROLE_PERMISSION)
                .join(PERMISSION)
                .on(PERMISSION.ID.eq(ROLE_PERMISSION.PERMISSION_ID))
                .where(ROLE_PERMISSION.ROLE_ID.eq(ROLE.ID))
                .orderBy(PERMISSION.NAME.asc())
            ), jsonArray()))
        )))
        .from(USER_ROLE)
        .join(ROLE)
        .on(USER_ROLE.ROLE_ID.eq(ROLE.ID))
        .where(USER_ROLE.USER_ID.eq(USER.ID))
    ), jsonArray())),
    key("permissions").value(coalesce(field(
        select(coalesce(jsonArrayAgg(jsonObject(
            key("id").value(PERMISSION.ID),
            key("name").value(PERMISSION.NAME)
        )))
        .from(USER_PERMISSION)
        .join(PERMISSION)
        .on(USER_PERMISSION.PERMISSION_ID.eq(PERMISSION.ID))
        .where(USER_PERMISSION.USER_ID.eq(USER.ID))
    ), jsonArray()))
))
.from(USER)
.orderBy(USER.ID.asc())
.fetch().into(JSONObject.class);
.where(role != null
    ? exists(selectOne()
          .from(USER_ROLE)
          .where(USER_ROLE.role().NAME.eq(role))
      )
    : noCondition()
)
.and(permission != null
    ? exists(selectOne()
          .from(USER_PERMISSION)
          .where(USER_PERMISSION.permission().NAME.eq(permission))
      )
    : noCondition()
)

JOOQ MYSQL QUERY

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dsl.select(QUESTION.fields()), QUESTION_OPTION.ID)...

Select ordering works differently on windows and in container

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var companies = DSLContext.select().from(Company.COMPANY)
                                   .orderBy(Company.NAME.collate(myCollation))
                                   .fetch(this::mapCompany)

How to retrieve data from database using jOOQ based on jsontype properties

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ctx.selectFrom(EMPLOYEE)
   .where(cast(jsonValue(EMPLOYEE.ADDRESS, "$.city"), VARCHAR).eq("\"Mumbai\""))
   .fetch();
import static org.jooq.impl.DSL.*;
import static org.jooq.impl.SQLDataType.*;
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ctx.selectFrom(EMPLOYEE)
   .where(cast(jsonValue(EMPLOYEE.ADDRESS, "$.city"), VARCHAR).eq("\"Mumbai\""))
   .fetch();
import static org.jooq.impl.DSL.*;
import static org.jooq.impl.SQLDataType.*;

Trouble converting between java.sql.Timestamp &amp; java.time.Instant with JOOQ

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UserRecord user = ctx
    .selectFrom(USER)
    .where(USER.ID.eq(...))
    .fetchOne();

Community Discussions

Trending Discussions on jOOQ
  • Which Code generator should be used for SQL Server
  • jOOQ throws class file for java.util.concurrent.Flow not found for where condition
  • How to configure jOOQ auto generator to run on basis of liquibase schema xml file?
  • How can I map entity using a Jooq?
  • Why can't a bind variable be used from ojdbc with Oracle JSON_ARRAY() in the presence of FORMAT JSON
  • Will 'forUpdate().fetchAny(condition)' lock only one row or multiple rows?
  • Inserting multiple rows in the JOOQ + returning the ids
  • Null objects while using Coalesce and duplicate values while joining
  • JOOQ MYSQL QUERY
  • Select ordering works differently on windows and in container
Trending Discussions on jOOQ

QUESTION

Which Code generator should be used for SQL Server

Asked 2022-Apr-07 at 14:38

I use my liqibase scripts for Jooq code generation. As I learned from the instructions and log, the Dialect is H2.

Is that a problem if the application runs against a SQL Server database afterwards? Does the code generation have to be adjusted or do the metaclasses remain the same?

<plugins>
         <plugin>
            <groupId>org.jooq</groupId>
            <artifactId>jooq-codegen-maven</artifactId>
            ...
            <configuration>
               <generator>
                  <name>org.jooq.codegen.JavaGenerator</name>
                  <database>
                     <name>org.jooq.meta.extensions.liquibase.LiquibaseDatabase</name>

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Apr-07 at 14:38

The LiquibaseDatabase can be used for simple database schemas where it is desirable not to connect to an actual database instance (e.g. for performance reasons) in order to generate code. It's drawbacks are that it's not an actual SQL Server database, but a simulated migration - currently on an in-memory H2 database. This means that some vendor specific functionality may not work as expected.

It is usually better not to use the above utility for more complex schemas with vendor specific features (e.g. stored procedures, etc.). Instead, use the SQLServerDatabase that connects to an actual database instance.

You could still use Liquibase on a testcontainers based SQL Server instance to set up your schema prior to generating jOOQ code, as explained in this blog post here.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71783326

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Vulnerabilities

No vulnerabilities reported

Install jOOQ

You can download it from GitHub, Maven.
You can use jOOQ like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the jOOQ component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .

Support

For any new features, suggestions and bugs create an issue on GitHub. If you have any questions check and ask questions on community page Stack Overflow .

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