To implement data access code in our application we need some framework to wrap around jdbc (ORM is not our choice, because of scalability).
The coolest framework I used to work with is Spring-Jdbc. However, the policy of my company is to avoid external dependencies, especially spring, J2EE, etc. So we are thinking about writing own handy-made jdbc framework, with functionality similar Spring-jdbc: row mapping, error handling, supporting features of java5, but without transaction support.
Does anyone have experience of writing such jdbc wrapper framework? If anyone has experience of using other jdbc wrapper frameworks, please share your experience.
Thanks in advance.