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Is there a good reason to mix JAX-RS with Spring Boot dependencies?

 
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Hi experts,

I have a doubt which I would like to clarify.
Basically, I learnt from you guys that it is not good to mix anything; libraries from Jee framwork like JAX-RS with Spring Boot libraries.

But, I am seeing people mixing it in my current contract job.

And to make matters worse, they are using store-procedure with Spring JPA.

I consider myself not experienced and still not able to do LeeCode well to get into a high tech company.

Hence, I would like to ask the experts here, what are the reasons why the above combination is being used.

And if stored procedure is being used, then there is no need to write code logic since most of the things will be performed at the stored procedure level..and so how do we do unit-testing in this case?

Really hope to have some insights on the above.

Thanks.
 
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