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Author: Samuel Isaac Dealey (All RIAForge projects by this author)
Last Updated: September 9, 2015 9:12 AM
Version: 1.3 RC
Views: 114,386
Downloads: 2,386
License: BSD


Data Faucet is a SQL/Database abstraction and Object Relational Modeling (ORM) tool.

Why DataFaucet? The goal is to make data access as simple as getting water from your kitchen sink: a faucet for your data.


- Traditional ORM object-synchronization
- ActiveRecord objects
- Simple Gateway Objects
- Low-level abstraction of the SQL language, e.g. ds.select_col_from_table_where_col2_is(url.x)
- Makes complex query tasks simple, e.g. getSelect(table="mytable").andOrFilter("col1,col2,col3", form.search).execute()

Check out the official site http://www.datafaucet.com for documentation and code samples

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Version 1.3 RC

Sep 9 2015 - FIX - and/or filter separating keywords when locale-specific and/or keywords are found within a word, e.g. "sandman" produces a search for "s and man" or "ford" produces a search for "f or d" - fix requires white-space on both sides of the keyword


ColdFusion 7

Issue Tracker:

8 IN filter foreign keys in CollectionFilter Fixed 04/29/14 11:02 PM
11 Filters = URL creates incorrect filter sql Open 05/05/12 9:13 PM
10 Binary columns not saving data during insert/update Open 02/06/09 11:10 AM
9 waterlog calling non-existent method Fixed 11/06/08 3:11 PM
2 Feature Request - Collection Filters - Dates and Numbers Fixed 08/09/08 10:18 PM

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