02 March 2017

Using spwrap with Spring boot

spwrap is a tiny framework to make stored procedures call from java code an easy and fun task.

I've written a couple of posts about it.

Today, I am gonna show you how to use it from spring boot project.

The main point I want to emphasis here is to register DAO interfaces as Spring Bean so that I would be reused across your application:

@Configuration
public class Config {

    @Autowired
    private DataSource dataSource;

    @Bean
    public DAO dao(){
        return new DAO.Builder(dataSource)
                .config(new spwrap.Config().useStatusFields(false))
                .build();
    }

    @Bean
    public CustomerDAO customerDAO(DAO dao){
        return dao.create(CustomerDAO.class);
    }
}
See the github page https://github.com/mhewedy/spwrap-examples/tree/master/spring-boot-mysql for the complete project.

Learn more: https://github.com/mhewedy/spwrap/wiki/Using-with-Spring-Boot-other-DI-frameworks
Thanks to stored-procedure-proxy at: https://github.com/marschall/stored-procedure-proxy/wiki/Object-Lifetime
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