JDBaccess is the persistence library for the Java platform. It defines major database access operations in an easy usable API. The main interface classes are Transaction, Insert, Update, Delete, Select, Result, Procedure, Function, and CallResult. JDBaccess is completely written in the Java programming language. It supports the major two database systems MySql and Oracle with their Type 4 JDBC drivers (Oracle thin driver and Connector/J).
JDBaccess applications are portable, and independent of the underlying database. You can focus on your object model and leave the details of persistence to the JDBaccess implementation. JDBC is completely hidden from the programmer. JDBaccess can't be faster than JDBC itself, but it performs important operations by better usage of the JDBC methods. The average performance and throughput of applications with JDBaccess is much better than applications working with JDBC directly.