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Manipulating multiple documents

ArangoRepository.findAll

ArangoRepository.findAll() : Iterable<T>

Returns all instances of the type.

Examples

@Autowired MyRepository repository;

Iterable<MyDomainClass> entities = repository.findAll();

ArangoRepository.findAllById

ArangoRepository.findAllById(Iterable<ID> ids) : Iterable<T>

Returns all instances of the type with the given IDs.

Arguments

  • ids: Iterable<ID>

    The ids (_keys) of the documents

Examples

@Autowired MyRepository repository;

Iterable<MyDomainClass> entities = repository.findAllById(Arrays.asList("some-id", "some-other-id"));

ArangoRepository.saveAll

ArangoRepository.saveAll(Iterable<S> entities) : Iterable<S>

Saves all given entities.

Arguments

  • entities: Iterable<S>

    A list of entities to save.

Examples

@Autowired MyRepository repository;

MyDomainClass obj1 = ...
MyDomainClass obj2 = ...
MyDomainClass obj3 = ...
repository.saveAll(Arrays.asList(obj1, obj2, obj3))

ArangoRepository.deleteAll (method 1)

ArangoRepository.deleteAll() : void

Deletes all entities managed by the repository.

Examples

@Autowired MyRepository repository;

repository.deleteAll();

ArangoRepository.deleteAll (method 2)

ArangoRepository.deleteAll(Iterable<? extends T> entities) : void

Deletes the given entities.

Arguments

  • entities: Iterable<? extends T>

    The entities to delete.

Examples

@Autowired MyRepository repository;

MyDomainClass obj1 = ...
MyDomainClass obj2 = ...
MyDomainClass obj3 = ...
repository.deleteAll(Arrays.asList(obj1, obj2, obj3))