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Releases are available on maven central, snapshots on oss.sonatype.org
This is a (barely) maintained fork of beehive that still works with modern java, for legacy applications that still need beehive. You should NEVER use this in a new application, please use Spring or anything else.
Whether you use this or not, I recommend JdbcMapper as a drop-in, modern, safe replacement for beehive JdbcControls.
Welcome to Beehive!
If you’ve come here to learn more about Beehive, here are a few starting points:
BUILDING.txt: How to build Beehive on your machine. DEVELOPING.txt Technical notes on contributing/committing files. LICENSE.txt: The Apache License and any other relevant licenses for this software. NOTICE.txt: Attribution notices required by various contributions.
The Apache Beehive website is located at:
And, the Beehive wiki is located at:
Both of these contain additionl resources for getting started with developing or using Beehive.