The Service Provider Interface for R2DBC.
R2DBC stands for Reactive Relational Database Connectivity. Reactive in the sense of an event-driven, non-blocking, and functional programming model that does not make assumptions over concurrency or asynchronicity. Instead, it assumes that scheduling and parallelization happen as part of runtime scheduling.
R2DBC specifies a service-provider interface (SPI) that is intended to be implemented by driver vendors and used by client libraries. By using the R2DBC SPI, applications written in a JVM programming language can run SQL statements and retrieve results by using an underlying data source. You can also use the R2DBC SPI to interact with multiple data sources in a distributed, heterogeneous environment. R2DBC targets primarily, but is not limited to, relational databases. It aims for a range of data sources whose query and statement interface is based on SQL (or an SQL-like dialect) and that represent their data in a tabular form.
ConnectionFactoryProvider: Discovery and configuration component.
ConnectionFactory: Entry-point to create a
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