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Getting started with Spring Framework: Spring Data and MongoDB

 
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Hello J Sharma & Ashish Sarin,

                                      Thank you for giving us a great book. Looking forward to reading it !..There are a few of issues with Spring Data and MongoDB, like there is no lazy loading with @DBRef. Do you see a work around to this?

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Ramya

         
 
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Hi Ramya,

There is a lazy attribute of @DBRef annotation.

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Thanks for the response. Yeah,thats true. But it doesnt work in certain cases. It throws an illegal argument exception, if @DBRef with lazy=true  is used with an Array.
 
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