Layer on top of JDBC

There is a codebase that layes on top of JDBC and let you descibe in less code what you want to do. I have forgotten the namne of it. Any idea what I am talkng about?
mdolandAsked:
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dpearsonCommented:
Hibernate and MyBatis are two popular ORM layers that people use to access their database layers.

Either sound familiar?

Doug

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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
Or possibly Spring-JDBC and it's JdbcTemplate classes?
mdolandAuthor Commented:
No, it's none of those. I think it started with a J and had 3 or 4 letters.
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
JPA = Java Persistence API

Could that be it?
dpearsonCommented:
Or J2EE (Java Enterprise Edition), whose persistence layer is JPA (see mccarl)...which in turn is implemented as...Hibernate.

It's J's all the way down...
mdolandAuthor Commented:
I have a feeling that it's none of them, but I can still not remember what it was. I will however most likely stick with Hibernate.
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