Data Access Strategies in Java Microservices: JPA vs. JDBCby@gromspys

Data Access Strategies in Java Microservices: JPA vs. JDBC

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In conclusion, the choice between JDBC and JPA in Java microservices depends on various factors. Both approaches have their strengths and weaknesses, and the decision should align with the project's specific requirements. By understanding the use cases and best practices for each strategy, Java developers can make informed choices to build robust and efficient microservices.
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