What is PriDE?PriDE is an ultra-thin and high-performance Java O/R mapper for relational databases, originally developed by MATHEMA Software GmbH. It doesn't follow any persistence management standards but relies on common design patterns and is production-proved in both J2SE and J2EE environments. PriDE can really claim to be the world's smallest persistence manager, coming as a single library of less than 100k, without requiring XML and appropriate parser frameworks or other helper libraries beside the JDK.
The design was partly inspired by Scott W. Ambler's
white paper "The
Design of a Robust Persistence Layer For Relational Databases". The
manual provides a feature
list allowing to decide if the toolkit matches the individual requirements
in a software development project.
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