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joejonsme
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# Posted on: 09-Jul-2018 12:13:52.  
Hi,

I'm working on some legacy stuff which has database access through JDBC. We have a huge 50K LOC/1MB file which all of our queries go through which I want to break up into an ORM-style framework with DAOs for each domain object, etc, etc... However, the project I'm working on is tough to get 'outside' libraries approved, and, as well, I don't want to break people's minds with stuff like JPA and Hibernate. (Change seems to be frowned upon.) Any suggestions as to how to proceed?




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# Posted on: 10-Jul-2018 09:54:08.  
You're talking about Java, and this is the support forum for ORM Profiler, a .NET tool for measuring data-access performance for .NET. I think you get more answers elsewhere.

Frans Bouma
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