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Latest commit b663b5f @olivergierke olivergierke DATAREST-712 - Fixed application of Querydsl bindings to only kick in…
… for collection resources.

The Querydsl integration in RootResourceInformationHandlerMethodArgumentResolver now only kicks in if the controller method parameter is annotated with @QuerydslPredicate. This allows us to apply the QuerydslBindings for collection resources but make sure they aren't accidentally applied during executions of query methods etc.

Improved the type lookup for query method execution to make sure the correct mapping is looked up for collection parameters.


Spring Data REST

The goal of the project is to provide a flexible and configurable mechanism for writing simple services that can be exposed over HTTP.

The first exporter implemented is a JPA Repository exporter. This takes your JPA repositories and front-ends them with HTTP, allowing you full CRUD capability over your entities, to include managing associations.


Installation instructions are in the docs:


The Spring Data REST is Apache 2.0 licensed.

Contributing to Spring Data Rest

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  • Get involved with the Spring community on Stackoverflow. Please help out on the spring-data-rest tag by responding to questions and joining the debate.

  • Create JIRA tickets for bugs and new features and comment and vote on the ones that you are interested in.

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We disabled the github issues since we want to use JIRA as the only issue tracker. All open existing issues have been automatically imported into JIRA, so nothing was lost :)

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