Dear Spring Community,
We are pleased to announce that the second milestone release (1.0.0.M2) of the Spring Data JDBC Extensions 1.0 project with Oracle Database support is now available!
The new Spring Data JDBC Extensions project was created to provide additional support for vendor specific JDBC extensions as well as new approaches to working with JDBC like QueryDSL. The bulk of the support is made up of code ported from the SpringSource project “Advanced Pack for Oracle Database” that was available for support subscription customers. We are now making this code available to all Spring users and any new developments will be made in the Spring Data JDBC Extensions project.
To learn more about the project, visit the Spring Data JDBC Extensions Homepage.
The new features in Spring Data JDBC Extensions 1.0.0.M2 include:
- Added support for QueryDSL SQL module
Provides implementations for a basic set of JDBC operations allowing the use of QueryDSL features for these operations.
This callback allows for inserting rows via the QueryDSL SQLInsertClause.
This callback allows for inserting rows via the QueryDSL SQLInsertClause and returning the generated key.
This callback allows for updating rows via the QueryDSL SQLUpdateClause.
This callback allows for deleting rows via the QueryDSL SQLDeleteClause.
- DATAJDBC-8 Fixed a potential JDBC connection leak on third-party JDBC pool when using Oracle AQ in combination with DefaultMessageListenerContainer and sharing of the connection from a local JDBC transaction.