Oct 8th, 2012, 05:19 AM
It would be cool to see a Spring Data implementation for OrientDB so feel free to point us to intermediate work for feedback or cross-promotion. I'd also suggest to start looking at the MongoDB module, mimic the implementation and start from there. If we identify parts that could be extracted into a common Spring Data document base module, I am happy to have a look at this. We just didn't want to start introducing more layers than initially necessary. A lot of stuff shared between the MongoDB and Neo4j module for example is in Spring Data Commons even (the TypeMapper API e.g.).
Also, have a look at the (admittedly work in progress) store developer guide at . It's by far not complete yet but the stuff that is in there is up to date.
Oct 9th, 2012, 08:32 AM
Thanks for your suggestions.
I am looking at the mongoDB implementation and using it as the basis for the orientdb document implementation (the developer guide was very useful by the way). I managed to get some basic operations working. We'll probably create a github repository soon.
I have some doubts about the license details of the code, since I am mimicking the mongodb implementation, what should i put in the headers of the files? I am thinking about leaving the apache license and leaving the @author tags and just adding one tag with my name on it, is this ok? or should I remove the @author tags of the original file? or should I make a distinction between authors of the derivative work and authors of the original file its based on?
Last edited by flatif; Oct 9th, 2012 at 08:46 AM.
Dec 13th, 2012, 06:49 PM
Any news on OrientDB Support for Spring-data?
Dec 14th, 2012, 04:54 AM
Forat is working to this plugin. It's under:
Forat what is supported right now?
Originally Posted by perciag
Dec 14th, 2012, 05:47 PM
The implementation is still under early development, it will have two implementations, you will be able to use orientDB as a document store (like mongo) and as a graphDB (like neo4j).
What you will find on the repo right now is a connection manager and a transaction manager, even though the implementation is under early development as I said, it still beats writing your own transaction manager to integrate orientDB with spring.
Right now I'm working on the Object-Document Mapping part of the document module, I expect to finish it soon and we will have a basic OrientDocumentTemplate implementation.
May 5th, 2013, 04:46 PM
+1 interested by this Spring data support for Orientdb
I'm planning to migrate my 2 databases (Mongodb and Neo4j) to Oriendb.
Do you have any schedules for the development?
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