In this video, learn how to connect to a database.
- [Instructor] JDBC is the Java-centric protocol … for connecting to a relational database. … Let us build a JDBC connection endpoint together. … Initialize the project files by using git checkout 04_02b. … Now, for this lesson, … imagine that we have several power devices … on a consumer power grid, … and each of these devices communicate … to the consumer local database with status updates. … Our consumer dashboard application that we are building … needs to query this database … to discover if any devices are offline … and to notify the consumer in this event. … Let's configure a Spring Integration JDBC adapter … to accomplish this. … Let's first have a look at AppSupportStatus.java. … This is the domain object that we've been building. … This object encapsulates state for communication … along our central message pipeline. … In line 15, we have prepared for this lesson … by adding a property … that captures an array list of devices known to be offline, … along with some appropriate business logic …
Skill Level Advanced
Using the exercise files2m 16s
1. Essential Project Components
2. Communicating Messages over Channels
3. Manage Messages with Endpoints
4. Connect External Systems with Endpoints
5. Advanced Spring Integration
Advanced Spring Integration2m 54s
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