ArangoDB v3.5 reached End of Life (EOL) and is no longer supported.

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Migrating Spring Data ArangoDB 2.x to 3.0

Annotations @Key

The annotation @Key is removed. Use @Id instead.

Annotations @Id

The annotation @Id is now saved in the database as field _key instead of _id. All operations in ArangoOperations and ArangoRepository still work with @Id and also now supports non-String fields.

If you - for some reason - need the value of _id within your application, you can use the annotation @ArangoId on a String field instead of @Id.

Note: The field annotated with @ArangoId will not be persisted in the database. It only exists for reading purposes.

ArangoRepository

ArangoRepository now requires a second generic type. This type ID represents the type of your domain object field annotated with @Id.

Examples

public class Customer {
  @Id private String id;
}

public interface CustomerRepository extends ArangoRepository<Customer, String> {

}

Annotation @Param

The annotation com.arangodb.springframework.annotation.Param is removed. Use org.springframework.data.repository.query.Param instead.

DBEntity

DBEntity is removed. Use VPackSlice in your converter instead.

DBCollectionEntity

DBCollectionEntity is removed. Use VPackSlice in your converter instead.