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Stable release
5.0 / July 27, 2016 (2016-07-27)
Written inJava
    Operating systemCross-platform
    TypeObject-relational mapping
    LicenseISC license

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    ORMLite is an open source software framework that provides lightweight object relational mapping (ORM) between Java classes and SQL databases.[1] It supports JDBC databases as well as Android mobile platform. The software project was started with the goal of providing a simple yet powerful wrapper around the JDBC functions without the complexity of other frameworks such as Hibernate and iBATIS.

    ORMLite supports JDBC connections to MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, H2, Derby, HSQLDB, and SQLite and can be extended to additional databases relatively easily. There are also initial implementations for DB2 and Oracle. It has a separate database backend which also supports native database calls on Android OS.


    1. Hodgson, Kyle; Reid, Darren. ServiceStack 4 Cookbook. Packt Publishing Ltd. p. Chapter 4. ISBN 9781783986576. Retrieved 22 June 2016. Search this book on

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