Dear Spring Community,
Last month, Spring Session lead Rob Winch announced the release of Spring Session 2.0.0.M1 (notice the lack of MongoDB there?) In that post, he pared back Spring Session to officially supporting Redis, JDBC, and Hazelcast. No more MongoDB.
I’m here to announce that I’ve pick up the torch for Spring Session MongoDB. Managing both Spring Session and Spring Security (among other responsibilities), Rob couldn’t maintain high caliber support with too many data stores. Being a member of the Spring Data team, I felt better suited toward providing MongoDB support of Spring Session, so I reinstated it as a separate project.
To catch you up on things, this release of Spring Session MongoDB is built against these key items:
The artifact coordinates have changed to
I’m working with the Spring Boot team to have Spring Session MongoDB added to the vast collection of version-managed projects, targeting Boot 2.0. Stay tuned on that front.
In the meantime, you can get the bits today if you visit the project site, get the coordinates, and include the version number in your Spring Boot application.