Spring Data Moore M2 released

Releases | Christoph Strobl | March 07, 2019 | ...

On behalf of the Spring Data team, I'm pleased to announce the availability of the second milestone of the Moore release train.

Notable changes include:

  • Support for Kotlin Coroutines in Spring Data MongoDB, Cassandra and Redis.
  • Querydsl support for reactive repositories.
  • Range type support for derived repository query methods using between for Spring Data MongoDB & Cassandra.
  • exists projection in Neo4j repositories.
  • Reactive repositories for Spring Data Elasticsearch.
  • Pivotal Gemfire and Apache Geode upgrades.
  • Upgrade to Spring HATEOAS 1.0 M1.
  • ...and numerous features for the JDBC module like direct insert & update methods skipping the is new check.

Please find a high-level overview of what has been added in our release wiki or a detailed list of changes in our issue tracker.

If you’re using Spring Boot and want to give the milestone a try, please make sure to switch to the most recent version of Spring Boot 2.2. And don't forget to add the milestone repository to your Maven configuration:


As always, we’re looking forward to your feedback! Don’t hesitate and get in touch @SpringData.

Last but not least the laundry list:

Get the Spring newsletter

Thank you for your interest. Someone will get back to you shortly.

Get ahead

VMware offers training and certification to turbo-charge your progress.

Learn more

Get support

Spring Runtime offers support and binaries for OpenJDK™, Spring, and Apache Tomcat® in one simple subscription.

Learn more

Upcoming events

Check out all the upcoming events in the Spring community.

View all