Spring Boot Integration With MongoDB as a Maven Project
MongoDB is a NoSQL database and it is getting used in software industries a lot because there is no strict schema like RDBMS that needs to be observed. It is a document-based model and less hassle in the structure of the collection. In this article let us see how it gets used with SpringBoot as a Maven project.
As it is a maven project, let’s start with adding dependencies via
File to mention the connectivity with MongoDB database
#mongodb properties spring.data.mongodb.host=localhost spring.data.mongodb.port=27017 spring.data.mongodb.database=geeksforgeeks # Change the database as per your choice here
Let’s start with the bean (document) file first
Let’s add the service file now
Now let’s go to the controller file
Main file that contains the main method and can be used to run as a Java application
Steps to clean the project
mvn clean install # As this is maven project
Run the project
We can test the same in the below ways. First, let us add the book
Now list out the books
Let’s add 2 more books
We can search books by means of category
Similarly, we can do it by bookId as well
Like this, we can do all business logic as per our needs. It is quite easier to integrate MongoDB with SpringBoot technologies.
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