Topic: An Introduction to iBATIS SQL-Maps

From the iBATIS SQL-Maps Developer Guide:

The SQL Maps framework will help you to significantly reduce the amount of Java code that you normally need to access a relational database. SQL Maps simply map JavaBeans to SQL statements using a very simple XML descriptor. Simplicity is the biggest advantage of SQL Maps over other frameworks and object relational mapping tools. To use SQL Maps you need only be familiar with JavaBeans, XML and SQL. There is very little else to learn. There is no complex scheme required to join tables or execute complex queries. Using SQL Maps you have the full power of real SQL at your fingertips.

This talk introduces SQL-Maps and demonstrates many of the features, by way of a sample application.

The talk also shows the use of DbUnit to create integration tests for database access.

Speaker: John Hurst

John Hurst is an independent consultant/developer based in Wellington, New Zealand. He works for companies in New Zealand and Australia, providing design, development and training. He has nearly 20 years of experience in the IT industry, covering a number of development platforms.

Sponsor:

Sun

The Wellington Java User Group thanks our hosts!

Unexpected Bonus

To publicise the O'Reilly User Group And Professional Association Program we have a copy of "Killer Game Programming in Java" to give away to one lucky attendee.

Killer Game Programming in Java

Date:
Wednesday, 9th. August, 2006

Time:
5.00pm for 5:15-6:30pm

Venue:
Sun
Level 9
22-28 Willeston Street

Afterword:
In our ongoing tradition, after this talk we intend to repair to a pub for some light R&R. All who would like to discuss points raised during the talk in a more congenial atmosphere are welcome!

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