Uses of Package

Packages that use org.jdbi.v3.core.config
The 'core' package hosts the top level interface into jdbi core.
The argument classes translate Java types into JDBC parameters.
The array package binds Java arrays and collections to SQL arrays, and handles mapping array result types back to Java arrays and collections.
The collector package reduces the mapped rows of the result set into a Stream Collector to produce the final aggregated result.
The config classes define a configuration registry starting from each Jdbi instance.
The extension classes allow you to extend Jdbi's functionality by declaring interface types that may attach to Handle instances.
mappers take the JDBC ResultSet and produce Java results.
mapper.reflect provides RowMappers that reflectively construct result types using techniques like constructor injection or JavaBeans setters.
result provides the streaming interface that reads rows from JDBC and drives the mapper and collector processes to produce results.
The statement package provides most of the Fluent API to drive statement execution.
The transaction package implements the strategy Jdbi uses to open and close transactions.
freemarker provides advanced string template processing.
The jpa plugin provides minimal support for discovering JPA annotations like Column.
The postgres plugin provides improved support for java.time, hstore, uuid, and enum types when configured with a recent Postgres database server.
SQL Objects
The sqlobject.customizer package provides annotations that customize the execution of a statement.
sqlobject.locator inspects the declared SqlObject and determines the statement text to pass off to core.locator for final resolution of the statement text.
stringtemplate4 provides advanced string template processing that Jdbi can drive with the statement's bound parameters and context to drive statement generation that may need to bind variable number of parameters or other advanced use cases.
JUnit 5 testing support.
vavr is a functional programming library for the JVM.