This is this,
this is simple :) Yeh! Prototypes are pretty cool when you get the idea.
Hold on! This is an ORM related blog! You may shout. For and against the nature approaches can be found everywhere. In the ORM realm, the Dojo way is represented by the famous Hibernate. Hibernate was developed as a treatment to obscure JDBC API. I don't like the API, either. Right now, Hibernate is an object-oriented database build on top of a relational database. It forces you to sometimes think in the model-domain oriented way, and sometimes in the relational way. You are in the object-oriented way when you are starting, when you're optimistic, when you're smiling. You are in the relational way when you've got systems in production, when you cursing at night, and Googling for help. Hibernate is against the RDBMS nature. Isn't it an irony?
As you may guess, OneWebSQL is like jQuery. It's a very thin layer on top of the JDBC API. It helps you using the RDBMSes just as they were designed.
Are you using stuff for or against its nature?