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In Chapter 8 we finally stopped looking at configuration and presentation mechanisms, and we looked at accessing a relational database with JdbcTemplate. In this chapter, we’re going to look at accessing data again – with a Spring project called "Spring Data," which can provide a mostly data-agnostic view of data access.
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Remember when we mentioned “suffering-oriented programming” back in Chapter 2?
This explanation of what MongoDB is was edited from https://searchdatamanagement.techtarget.com/definition/MongoDB , which is actually a good reference. This book isn’t trying to sell you on MongoDB (or anything else, beyond Spring, of course), so we’re covering products only as much as we need to.
- Persistence with Spring and Spring Data
Joseph B. Ottinger
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