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Spring batch vs JDBC batch

meghan shirkhedkar
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Joined: Aug 26, 2013
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Hi, I am very new to Spring framework. Have a question about SPRING BATCH. How different is Spring batch from the JDBC batch(PreparedStatment.addBatch()). Are there any improvements in terms of performance, if we try to convert JDBC batch processing to spring batch.
Saifuddin Merchant
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I would suggest you do some preliminary readying on Spring Batch

Spring Batch is different from JDBC batch statement - Spring Batch is an entire framework for Reading-->Processing or Transforming --> Writing Data. Spring Batch would provide features like partitioning data, re-starting from failure point, in-build readers and writers.

JDBC batch statement would be the underlying writer used in most cases during a JDBC write by the Spring batch framework. However that is just one use case of the entire framework.

if we try to convert JDBC batch processing to spring batch.

If you mean you have a custom batch processing framework that you intend to move to match that yes, I would say you might get some improvements in terms of performance, maintainability, standardization that comes with using a standard and well maintained framework.


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meghan shirkhedkar
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Joined: Aug 26, 2013
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Saifuddin Merchant wrote:I would suggest you do some preliminary readying on Spring Batch

Spring Batch is different from JDBC batch statement - Spring Batch is an entire framework for Reading-->Processing or Transforming --> Writing Data. Spring Batch would provide features like partitioning data, re-starting from failure point, in-build readers and writers.

JDBC batch statement would be the underlying writer used in most cases during a JDBC write by the Spring batch framework. However that is just one use case of the entire framework.

if we try to convert JDBC batch processing to spring batch.

If you mean you have a custom batch processing framework that you intend to move to match that yes, I would say you might get some improvements in terms of performance, maintainability, standardization that comes with using a standard and well maintained framework.


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