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I'm using spring Batch and I want to access to its monitoring tables (BATCH_STEP_EXECUTION_CONTEXT, BATCH_JOB_EXECUTION_CONTEXT, BATCH_STEP_EXECUTION, BATCH_JOB_EXECUTION, BATCH_JOB_PARAMS, BATCH_JOB_INSTANCE).
How should I configure this ?
I'am using the same transaction manager that my application is using:
So how do you look at your own tables? It is in that same place. Spring just creates the tables for you at the database DataSource that you supply. So connect to that database and then you can look at those tables.
Basically, you know where to look because you configured your DataSource.
I was using this jobRepository:
And the class MapJobRepositoryFactoryBean use non-persistent in-memory DAO implementations. So I changes it by: