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Juergen Hoeller opened SPR-16069 and commented
As per JavaOne 2017, a Reactive JDBC API is "targeted for a near future release, Java 10 or equivalent" (see https://events.rainfocus.com/catalog/oracle/oow17/catalogjavaone17?search=CON1491). Let's pick this up in a programmatic form once available, with Spring Data providing its repository model on top of it.
Reference URL: https://events.rainfocus.com/catalog/oracle/oow17/catalogjavaone17?search=CON1491
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Sébastien Deleuze commented
For the record, see the r2dbc project created by Ben Hale which provides an example of a true Reactive SQL driver (collections are returned as streams) using internally async features of PostgreSQL official driver.
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Vitaly Romashkin commented
Also take a look at sql2 and AoJ from Oracle
Rossen Stoyanchev commented
Updated title (was: "Support for Reactive JDBC") to be more general and more accurate.
I am closing this issue since it is superseded by Spring Data R2DBC which provide a nice programmatic API with DatabaseClient.
On framework side, we are likely to implement Reactive transactions, I will link the issue asap it will be created.
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