Akka Persistence JDBC
Use JDBC-compatible databases with Akka Persistence
akka-persistence-jdbc writes journal and snapshot entries to a configured JDBC store. It implements the full akka-persistence-query API and is therefore very useful for implementing DDD-style application models using Akka for creating reactive applications.
Please note that the H2 database is not recommended to be used as a production database, and support for H2 is primarily for testing purposes.
- current Akka Persistence JDBC documentation
- Akka Persistence JDBC 3.5.x documentation
- Snapshot documentation
The release notes can be found here.
For the change log prior to v3.2.0, visit Version History Page (wiki).
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- Forums: discuss.akka.io
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The Akka Peristence JDBC was originally created by @dnvriend.
Contributions are very welcome! The Akka team appreciates community contributions by both those new to Akka and those more experienced.
If you find an issue that you'd like to see fixed, the quickest way to make that happen is to implement the fix and submit a pull request.
Refer to the CONTRIBUTING.md file for more details about the workflow, and general hints on how to prepare your pull request.
You can also ask for clarifications or guidance in GitHub issues directly, or in the akka/dev chat if a more real time communication would be of benefit.
Akka Persistence JDBC is licensed under the Business Source License 1.1, see LICENSE.
Lightbend is backing Akka, Akka Persistence and other Reactive technologies.