of the ADQL library released since the 26th
of February 2018!
UML diagrams, the Javadoc and the documentation have been updated accordingly to the new version.
See the modifications for more details
What is ADQL ?
ADQL is a SQL-like language which includes astronomical facilities to query a database. This language has been defined by the IVOA in the Recommendation of 30 Oct 2008 (Version 2.0) and is mainly used in the Table Access Protocol (TAP).
Why this library ?
In order to help Java developpers to parse, manipulate and translate ADQL queries quickly and with as few lines of code as possible.
- Parse: read ADQL queries in text and transform them into a Java object (actually, a syntactic tree).
- Manipulate: the generated object can be manipulated so than modifying the original query.
- Translate: an interface and some implementations lets translating ADQL into other languages like SQL.
How to use it ?
- Getting started: to start with this library.
- Documentation: to have more details about all provided functionnalities.
- UML: UML diagrams of all available classes.
- Javadoc: Java documentation of all available classes.
- What's new ?: Last modifications of the library.
If you have any question about the ADQL library, you can send it to Grégory Mantelet (ARI/ZAH).
This library is free: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License.