I am learning the reactive stack starting with R2DBC and this is what I don’t understand:
What are the differences between these, when to use them, and how relevant the
@Repository stereotype annotation is to them?
As far as I understand, both of them are
@NoRepositoryBean and both are shipped together through the
There is no difference between both, R2dbcRepository extends ReactiveCrudRepository and not add any functionality (R2dbcRepository java doc), probably it’s just a name convention, just like @Service has the same comportament as @Component.
About the @Repository annotation, you haven’t to annotate any class that extends from repository interfaces to them work.