Welcome to Torque
What is Torque?
Torque is a persistence layer. Torque generates all the database resources required by your application and includes a runtime environment to run the generated classes. Torque was developed as part of the Jakarta Turbine Framework. It is now decoupled and can be used by itself. It has also migrated from Apache Jakarta to Apache DB.
The best place to get started with Torque is to visit http://db.apache.org/torque/.
So far we have:
Downloading Torque - How to get Torque.
Getting Torque To Work - An ever-growing list of typical problems and solutions to help people just getting started with Torque.
- [/Tutorial] whats wrong with the Tutorial
Articles about Torque
Installing and Using the Torque Object Mapper - By James M. Turner
Unofficial, externally maintained howtos
http://g42.org/programming/torque/TorqueHowto.html - A guide written by "Geoff42". Gives a brief overview of how to get started with Torque
http://javaxp.netfirms.com/torque-jstl.html - User Guide: Torque 3.0 with Servlets
Can I contribute to this site?
As with all Wikis, this site is maintained by the users of Torque. Feel free to add your own additions to the Wiki. Make a page and add it to the list above (although please read WikiBestPractices before doing so.) You might want to also review the UseMod:TextFormattingRules.
If you're new to the Wiki experience, read the ApacheWiki page to get acquainted with Wiki and then jump in!
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