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21 Comments on "Spring Boot Quick Start 30 – Adding Course APIs"

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Suganthan Madhav
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Suganthan Madhav
1 day 13 hours ago

This video suggesting some worst coding practices, while adding the course, what is need to create a new Topic.
Create the topic first and then create Course.

Rick Stroud
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Rick Stroud
1 month 7 days ago

At the 7:50 mark in the video where the private variable "topic" of type Topic is added to the Course class, I am not offered the choice of adding the Getters & Setters for Topic and am told "Topic cannot be resolved to a type". I am offered a variety of fixes such as Import Topic, creating a Class/Interface/Enum of Topic, down to Fix Project Setup. I do not believe I have missed any steps. Any advice? Import Topic sounds correct but I'm hesitant to continue as I don't want to deviate from the tutorial.

Aditya Vemuri
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Aditya Vemuri
8 days 12 hours ago

Import Topic class. I guess this step was not explained as it is a common step.

vinoth RAM
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vinoth RAM
1 month 13 days ago

hi…how to connect to external database??

ch0c89
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ch0c89
1 month 9 days ago
Neeraj Kashyap
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Neeraj Kashyap
2 months 11 days ago

Where is the video to connect to external database?

sri vatsan
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sri vatsan
2 months 12 days ago

Really good resource for Spring Boot beginners .

Satyajit Kadam
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Satyajit Kadam
2 months 15 days ago

Adjusted package names and it worked fine.

Satyajit Kadam
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Satyajit Kadam
2 months 16 days ago

if i put my Application.java in separate package other than course and Topic package.My classes are not getting detected and i am getting 404 error.But if put Application.java in topic package then only i am able to perform only CRUD operations on topi not able to create course.Please assist what need to be done?

Pralak Bhargav
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Pralak Bhargav
3 months 8 days ago

Wasn't this video supposed to be on how to connect to an external database???

Michael Humpl
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Michael Humpl
3 months 24 days ago

Time Mark 05:20. Unused URL components can be an error source. So would not it be better to write "/courses/{id}" instead of "/topics/{topicId}/courses/{id}", at the RequestMapping of the function getCourse, if the topicId is not necessary for the backend function call?

Jnbvht
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Jnbvht
3 months 27 days ago

If you set the cascade parameter of the @ManyToOne annotation to 'CascadeType.ALL' or 'CascadeType.MERGE', then there will be adverse side-effects (i.e. the Topic will be overwritten).

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