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Using jOOQ with Play Framework

06.12.2013
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For many users, it may be an obvious choice to use jOOQ along with Play Framework, leveraging simplicity and effectiveness in the Java world. While I do not have any personal experience with Play, some users have. Consider this GitHub issue where a couple of very active jOOQ users discuss various techniques of integrating the two frameworks:

https://github.com/jOOQ/jOOQ/issues/768

From the above discussion, a third-party plugin example has evolved:

https://github.com/jaiew/play-jooq

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