Tag: oracle

Often when using Spring for enterprise application development, while developing code on your laptop, you will want to run against a in memory H2 database, and later you will deploy the code to a server and have it run against enterprise database such as Oracle. While Oracle is the #1 RDBMS used in the enterprise, it’s […]Continue reading

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When you start with Spring Boot, it will automatically support H2 if no other data sources have been defined and H2 is found on the classpath. I’ve been using H2 for development for sometime now. It works very well.  All modern relational databases are going to support ANSI SQL. But each is going to have […]Continue reading