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Propel is an object persistence and query service -- which means that Propel provides a system for storing objects to a database and a system for searching for and restoring the objects from the database. Propel enables you to perform complex queries and database manipulations without writing a single SQL clause.
dibi is tiny 'n' smart database abstraction layer for PHP 5. It is designed with simplicity in mind. dibi is free (released under the terms of the dibi license). You can use it to develop either open source or commerical applications.
The Eclipse Persistence Services Project (EclipseLink) project's goal is to provide an extensible framework that will enable Java developers to interact with relational databases, XML, and Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) in an efficient and productive manor. EclipseLink will focus on ... [More]
ADOdb is a database abstraction library for PHP. The PHP version currently supports an amazing number of databases, thanks to the wonderful ADOdb community: MySQL, PostgreSQL, Interbase, Firebird, Informix, Oracle, MS SQL, Foxpro, Access, ADO, Sybase, FrontBase, DB2, SAP DB, SQLite, Netezza ... [More]
Apache Cayenne is an open source persistence framework licensed under the Apache License, providing object-relational mapping (ORM) and remoting services. With a wealth of unique and powerful features, Cayenne can address a wide range of persistence needs. Cayenne seamlessly binds one or more ... [More]
Jifty::DBI is the Perl-based object-relational database framework built for use with the Jifty project. It can be used separately.
Business Logic Toolkit is a set of components to simplify .NET application development. BLToolkit is provided as source code that you can use "as is" or customize for your applications. It is written in C# and compatible with .NET Frameworks 3.5 and 4.0, Silverlight 4, and Mono.
Momomoto is an object-relational mapper for PostgreSQL. It features support for combined primary keys, support for stored procedures, and support for schemas. Metadata for tables, views, and stored procedures are fetched directly from the database to keep declaring classes as simple as possible.
See http://sequel.rubyforge.orgThis Wiki had out of date information, so it was taken down. Please see the RDoc at http://sequel.rubyforge.org, it has all of the information that was in this Wiki brought up to date. The only reason this site is left up is for the Issue Tracker, which Sequel still ... [More]