JDBI Integration

ModelMapper supports integration with JDBI natively, allowing JDBI results to be mapped to JavaBeans.

Example Mapping

Consider the following record representing an order:

order_id customer_id customer_street_address customer_address_city
345 678 123 Main Street SF

We may need to map this to a more complex object model:

// Assume getters and setters are present

public class Order {
  private int id;
  private Customer customer;

public class Customer {
  private int id;
  private Address address;

public class Address {
  private String street;
  private String city;

Since the source record’s fields in this example uses an underscore naming convention, we’ll need to configure ModelMapper to tokenize source property names by underscore:


With that set, mapping order records to Order objects is simple:

List<Map<String, Object>> orderRecords = handle.select("SELECT * FROM orders");
List<Order> orders = modelMapper.map(orderRecords, new TypeToken<List<Order>>(){}.getType());

And we can assert that our record values are mapped as expected:

Order order = orders.get(0);
assertEquals(order.getId(), 456);
assertEquals(order.getCustomer().getId(), 789);
assertEquals(order.getCustomer().getAddress().getStreet(), "123 Main Street");
assertEquals(order.getCustomer().getAddress().getCity(), "SF");