Spring Data 2021.2 and 2022.0 M4 released.

Releases | Christoph Strobl | May 13, 2022 | ...

On behalf of the Data Team and everyone who contributed, I'm pleased to announce the GA release of the 2021.2 release train as well as the 4th Milestone of the 2022.0 one.

Already working on the 2022.0 train, based on Spring Framework 6, Java17 and Jakarta EE 9, the 2021.2 release ships bug fixes and selected back ported features.

Other than dependency upgrades, these are some of the major changes:

  • Infrastructure to introspect a projection type.
  • Common infrastructure for property-specific value converters.
  • Improved support for IdClass handling in data-jpa.
  • Declarative Update methods in data-mongodb.
  • Reindexing support in data-elasticsearch.
  • Direct projections for data-cassandra.
  • ACL support for Redis Sentinels.
  • Lock and Null precedence support for JDBC.
  • Query Rewriter for JPA.

Spring Framework 5.3.20 and 5.2.22 available now

Releases | Brian Clozel | May 11, 2022 | ...

On behalf of the team and everyone who has contributed, I am pleased to announce that Spring Framework 5.3.20 and 5.2.22 are available now.

Spring Framework 5.3.20 includes 14 fixes and improvements. Spring Framework 5.2.22 includes 2 backports.

In addition, these releases include fixes for 2 vulnerabilities:

  • CVE-2022-22970 "Spring Framework DoS via Data Binding to MultipartFile or Servlet Part" Denial of Service (DoS) attack in Spring MVC or Spring WebFlux applications that handle file uploads and rely on data binding to set a MultipartFile or javax.servlet.Part to a field in a model object. Severity: Medium

  • CVE-2022-22971 "Spring Framework DoS with STOMP over WebSocket"
    Denial of service (DoS) attack by authenticated users in Spring applications with a STOMP over WebSocket endpoint. Severity: Medium

This Week in Spring - May 10th, 2022

Engineering | Josh Long | May 10, 2022 | ...

Hi, Spring fans! I'm writing this from - I can't believe I get to say this - abroad! I'm in London, UK! Now, this is not particularly noteworthy for those millions who already live here. But I don't live here. I'm a visitor! I live in San Francisco. I had to fly here! On a plane! With other people! ACROSS THE OCEAN. This is my first international flight since March of 2020, and I couldn't be more excited to be here for Devoxx UK and also just to catch up with old friends I haven't seen in nearly three years. If you know me, and how I used to travel, you'll appreciate how odd it is for me to be…

This Week in Spring - May 3rd, 2022

Engineering | Josh Long | May 03, 2022 | ...

Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! How are you doin'?

I'm excited! This week I'm speaking at the ArabJUG, and I'll be speaking at Microsoft's huuuge JDConf event. Both of these are virtual. Then, next Monday, I'm on a plane bound for London, UK, where I'll be speaking at Devoxx UK 2022. Then, not even two weeks later, I'll be speaking at Spring IO, in Barcelona, Spain! Then a week later, I'll be speaking at JNation, in Lisbon, Portugal. To say that I am excited would be an understatement, my friends.

And all of that ignores the great stuff since last week…

Ever wanted to rewrite a query in Spring Data JPA?

Engineering | Greg L. Turnquist | May 02, 2022 | ...

Sometimes, no matter how many features you try to apply, it seems impossible to get Spring Data JPA to apply every thing you’d like to a query before it is sent to the EntityManager.

With 3.0.0-SNAPSHOT (and targeted for the next milestone release train of Spring Data), you now have the ability to get your hands on the query, right before it’s sent to the EntityManager and "rewrite" it. That is, you can make any alterations at the last moment.

Check it out below:

Example 1. Declare a QueryRewriter using @Query

public interface MyRepository extends JpaRepository<User, Long> {


This Week in Spring - April 26th, 2022

Engineering | Josh Long | April 26, 2022 | ...

Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This week I was hoping to be in glorious Chicago, Illinois for the first in-person SpringOne Tour installment since the pandemic. But, alas, I couldn't go because - out of an abundance of caution, and since I was exposed to COVID19 in Atlanta, GA - it was thought to be safer to keep some folks home and virtual. Sigh. This policy makes perfect sense and it's what I wanted. But it's still a smidge disappointing to not be there. I miss y'all! It was fun at least doing a remote presentation.

Anyway, without further ado, let's…

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