My Spring Batch tutorial has taught us to read the input data of our batch job from different data sources. However, our batch jobs aren’t very useful because we don’t know how to save the data that is read from these data sources.
It is pretty easy to create a Spring Batch job that reads its input data from a CSV or an XML file because these file formats are supported out of the box. However, if we want to read the input data of our batch job from a .XLS or .XLSX file that
Spring Batch has a good support for reading input data from different data sources such as files and databases. However, it doesn’t have a built-in support for reading input data from a REST API. This means that we have to create a custom
Spring Batch has a good support for reading input data from different data sources such as files and databases. However, it is quite common that we have to read input data from a data source that is not supported out of the box. This means that we
I haven’t done any Youtube videos for a long time. In fact, I am pretty sure that some of you thought that I will never do a new Youtube video. That is why I am happy to say that I just uploaded two new video tutorials to Youtube. These videos
The previous part of my Spring Batch tutorial described how we can read information from CSV and XML files. This is definitely a useful skill, but if we want to write real-life batch jobs, we have to know how we can read the input data of a Spring