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Oracle Universal Connection Pool (UCP) Support Added To Micronaut

Posted By: Todd Sharp on 4/28/2020 6:16 GMT
Tagged: Cloud, Java

The Micronaut framework includes several options for connection pooling since it launched and today there is a new option available for your microservice applications: Oracle Universal Connection Pool (UCP). In this post, I'd like to show you how to use this new feature in your application.

Add The Dependency

To get started, you must first include the dependency in your build.gradle file:

If you're using Maven:

Configure The Datasource

Next, you'll need to create a datasource in your application.yaml file. All of the properties from PoolDataSource are valid here and will be passed to the pool instance at runtime. For example:

Create The Service

You're now ready to add a service to query your datasource. If you're using Micronaut Data, you're all ready to go. Otherwise, you can create a service and inject the DataSource:

Add a method to get a connection from the pool, create and execute the query:

And a private helper to convert the ResultSet into a List of HashMap objects:

Add Controller Method

The only thing left to do is inject the UserService into our controller and add an endpoint to retrieve the users and return them:

Summary

In this post, we looked at how to utilize the new support for Oracle UCP in Micronaut. For further information, please check the docs or leave a question below!.

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