I am doing a POC on Hazelcast IMDG by using below framework
Speedemnt - for data load from source database to IMDG ( need to load data from different tables )
Integration with Striim for CDC.
Is there a sample project where I can refer with the above implementatin. This would really help me in proceeding further.
I am able to setup Hazelcast Management console.
While Integratin Speedment i came across Enterprise Spring
I am trying to understand which one to use. Does my choice entirely depends upon the features both
the option provides?
Instaed of SakilApplication, I want to connect to my local database. I integrated my local db with speedment tool and could see the tables
I tried to configure my pom.xml as defined in https://speedment.github.io/speedment-doc/maven.html#installation
I understood the Installation Example section but after going through Maven targets I was a bit confused. Is there a way to configure the maven commands in a configuration file to process it.
I have gone through the below link to understand and thinking of connecting to local db instead of Sakila application
Is there any sample project to understand the implementation of connecting to local database.
Pardon for my lengthy message.
Thanks getting back to me.
I have gone through the link http://www.ractoc.com/2019/09/04/speedment-basics/ and understood the concepts
So to generate the json file (speedment.json), configured the plugin and execution part as mentioned.
When I run the command mvn clean install gives build failure error "To run speedment:generate a valid configFile needs to be specified"
Am i missing something or speedment.json needs to be configured manually ?
For my POC, I created just 2 tables and through speedment tool I can generated the speedment.json file
but later on it could extend to 20 tables as well. Looking for preload the data from local datalabase to Hazelcast in memory.
BackendApplication bean is that still under development or is that an interface which extends to some other datasource related classes?
Thanks a lot for the inputs