Short answer: NO.

Long answer: Anorm is just a library for dispatching your SQL queries to the database through JDBC, retrieving the results and delivering them to you. It does not understand the differences between different databases because it relies on JDBC for connection handling, and on you for writing queries.

You either have to handle different DB engines yourself or have an ORM handle that for you.

PS: Unless you really need to have a DB agnostic application (and fully understand its implications), I'd suggest you simply target 2-3 popular engines and avoid the future complications.

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