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Description

NOsql Object (NO2 a.k.a Nitrite) database is an open source nosql embedded document store written in Java. It has MongoDB like API. It supports both in-memory and single file based persistent store powered by MVStore engine of h2 database.

Nitrite is a server-less embedded database ideal for desktop, mobile or small web applications.

It features: - Embedded key-value/document and object store - In-memory or single data file - Very fast and lightweight MongoDB like API - Indexing - Full text search capability - Full Android compatibility - Observable store - Both way replication via Nitrite DataGate server

Programming language: Java
License: Apache License 2.0
Tags: Database     Libraries     Java     NoSQL    
Latest version: v3.4.3

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README

Nitrite Database

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NOsql Object (NO2 a.k.a Nitrite) database is an open source nosql embedded document store written in Java. It has MongoDB like API. It supports both in-memory and file based persistent store.

Nitrite is an embedded database ideal for desktop, mobile or small web applications.

It features:

  • Schemaless document collection and object repository
  • In-memory / file-based store
  • Pluggable storage engines - mvstore, mapdb, rocksdb
  • ACID transaction
  • Schema migration
  • Indexing
  • Full text search
  • Rx-Java support
  • Both way replication via Nitrite DataGate server
  • Very fast, lightweight and fluent API
  • Android compatibility (API Level 19)

Kotlin Extension

Nitrite has a kotlin extension called Potassium Nitrite for kotlin developers. Visit here for more details.

Getting Started with Nitrite

NOTE: There are breaking api changes in version 4.x.x. So please exercise caution when upgrading from 3.x.x
especially for package name changes.

How To Install

To use Nitrite in any Java application, first add the nitrite bill of materials, then add required dependencies:

Maven

<dependencyManagement>
    <dependencies>
        <dependency>
            <groupId>org.dizitart</groupId>
            <artifactId>nitrite-bom</artifactId>
            <version>4.0.0-SNAPSHOT</version>
            <type>pom</type>
            <scope>import</scope>
        </dependency>
    </dependencies>
</dependencyManagement>

<dependencies>
    <dependency>
        <groupId>org.dizitart</groupId>
        <artifactId>nitrite</artifactId>
    </dependency>

    <dependency>
        <groupId>org.dizitart</groupId>
        <artifactId>nitrite-mvstore-adapter</artifactId>
    </dependency>
</dependencies>

Gradle


implementation(platform("org.dizitart:nitrite-bom:4.0.0-SNAPSHOT"))

implementation 'org.dizitart:nitrite'
implementation 'org.dizitart:nitrite-mvstore-adapter'

Quick Examples

Initialize Database

// create a mvstore backed storage module
MVStoreModule storeModule = MVStoreModule.withConfig()
    .filePath("/tmp/test.db")  // for android - .filePath(getFilesDir().getPath() + "/test.db")
    .compress(true)
    .build();

// or a rocksdb based storage module
RocksDBModule storeModule = RocksDBModule.withConfig()
    .filePath("/tmp/test.db")
    .build();


// initialization using builder
Nitrite db = Nitrite.builder()
        .loadModule(storeModule)
        .loadModule(new JacksonMapperModule())  // optional
        .openOrCreate("user", "password");

Create a Collection

// Create a Nitrite Collection
NitriteCollection collection = db.getCollection("test");

// Create an Object Repository
ObjectRepository<Employee> repository = db.getRepository(Employee.class);

Annotations for POJO


@Entity(value = "retired-employee",     // entity name (optional), 
    indices = {
        @Index(value = "firstName", type = IndexType.NonUnique),
        @Index(value = "lastName", type = IndexType.NonUnique),
        @Index(value = "note", type = IndexType.Fulltext),
})
public class Employee implements Serializable {
    // provides id field to uniquely identify an object inside an ObjectRepository
    @Id
    private long empId;
    private Date joinDate;
    private String firstName;
    private String lastName;
    private String note;

    // ... public getters and setters
}

CRUD Operations


// create a document to populate data
Document doc = createDocument("firstName", "John")
     .put("lastName", "Doe")
     .put("birthDay", new Date())
     .put("data", new byte[] {1, 2, 3})
     .put("fruits", new ArrayList<String>() {{ add("apple"); add("orange"); add("banana"); }})
     .put("note", "a quick brown fox jump over the lazy dog");

// insert the document
collection.insert(doc);

// find a document
collection.find(where("firstName").eq("John").and(where("lastName").eq("Doe"));

// update the document
collection.update(where("firstName").eq("John"), createDocument("lastName", "Wick"));

// remove the document
collection.remove(doc);

// insert an object in repository
Employee emp = new Employee();
emp.setEmpId(124589);
emp.setFirstName("John");
emp.setLastName("Doe");

repository.insert(emp);

Create Indices


// create document index
collection.createIndex("firstName", indexOptions(IndexType.NonUnique));
collection.createIndex("note", indexOptions(IndexType.Fulltext));

// create object index. It can also be provided via annotation
repository.createIndex("firstName", indexOptions(IndexType.NonUnique));

Query a Collection


DocumentCursor cursor = collection.find(
    where("firstName").eq("John")               // firstName == John
    .and(
        where("data").elemMatch("$".lt(4))      // AND elements of data array is less than 4
            .and(
                where("note").text("quick")     // AND note field contains string 'quick' using full-text index
        )       
    )
);

for (Document document : cursor) {
    // process the document
}

// get document by id
Document document = collection.getById(nitriteId);

// query an object repository and create the first result
Cursor<Employee> cursor = repository.find(where("firstName").eq("John"));
Employee employee = cursor.firstOrNull();

Transaction

try (Session session = db.createSession()) {
    Transaction transaction = session.beginTransaction();
    try {
        NitriteCollection txCol = transaction.getCollection("test");

        Document document = createDocument("firstName", "John");
        txCol.insert(document);

        transaction.commit();
    } catch (TransactionException e) {
        transaction.rollback();
    }
}


Schema Migration


Migration migration1 = new Migration(Constants.INITIAL_SCHEMA_VERSION, 2) {
    @Override
    public void migrate(Instruction instruction) {
        instruction.forDatabase()
            // make a non-secure db to secure db
            .addPassword("test-user", "test-password");

        // create instruction for existing repository
        instruction.forRepository(OldClass.class, null)

            // rename the repository (in case of entity name changes)
            .renameRepository("migrated", null)

            // change datatype of field empId from String to Long and convert the values
            .changeDataType("empId", (TypeConverter<String, Long>) Long::parseLong)

            // change id field from uuid to empId
            .changeIdField("uuid", "empId")

            // delete uuid field
            .deleteField("uuid")

            // rename field from lastName to familyName
            .renameField("lastName", "familyName")

            // add new field fullName and add default value as - firstName + " " + lastName
            .addField("fullName", document -> document.get("firstName", String.class) + " "
                + document.get("familyName", String.class))

            // drop index on firstName
            .dropIndex("firstName")

            // drop index on embedded field literature.text
            .dropIndex("literature.text")

            // change data type of embedded field from float to integer and convert the values 
            .changeDataType("literature.ratings", (TypeConverter<Float, Integer>) Math::round);
    }
};

Migration migration2 = new Migration(2, 3) {
    @Override
    public void migrate(Instruction instruction) {
        instruction.forCollection("test")
            .addField("fullName", "Dummy Name");
    }
};

MVStoreModule storeModule = MVStoreModule.withConfig()
    .filePath("/temp/employee.db")
    .compressHigh(true)
    .build();

db = Nitrite.builder()
    .loadModule(storeModule)

    // schema versioning is must for migration
    .schemaVersion(2)

    // add defined migration paths
    .addMigrations(migration1, migration2)
    .openOrCreate();

Automatic Replication


NitriteCollection collection = db.getCollection("products");

Replica replica = Replica.builder()
    .of(collection)
    // replication via websocket (ws/wss)
    .remote("ws://127.0.0.1:9090/datagate/john/products")
    // user authentication via JWT token
    .jwtAuth("john", "eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJzdWIiOiIxMjM0NTY3ODkwIiwibmFtZSI6IkpvaG4gRG9lIiwiaWF0IjoxNTE2MjM5MDIyfQ.SflKxwRJSMeKKF2QT4fwpMeJf36POk6yJV_adQssw5c")
    .create();

replica.connect();

Import/Export Data

// Export data to a file
Exporter exporter = Exporter.of(db);
exporter.exportTo(schemaFile);

//Import data from the file
Importer importer = Importer.of(db);
importer.importFrom(schemaFile);

More details are available in the reference document.

Release Notes

Release notes are available here.

Documentation

Reference API Document JavaDoc

Build

To build and test Nitrite

```shell script

git clone https://github.com/nitrite/nitrite-java.git cd nitrite-java ./gradlew build


## Support / Feedback

For issues with, questions about, or feedback talk to us at [Gitter](https://gitter.im/nitrite-db/nitrite-java).

## Bugs / Feature Requests

Think you’ve found a bug? Want to see a new feature in the Nitrite? Please open an issue [here](https://github.com/nitrite/nitrite-java/issues). But
before you file an issue please check if it is already existing or not.

## Maintainers

-   Anindya Chatterjee

## Contributors

This project exists thanks to all the people who contribute. [Contribute](https://github.com/dizitart/nitrite-database/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md).
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## Presentation & Talks

[Idan Sheinberg](https://github.com/sheinbergon) has given a talk on Nitrite at [**Kotlin Everywhere - TLV Edition**](https://www.meetup.com/KotlinTLV/events/265145254/) meetup on October 27, 2019. Please find his presentation [here](https://www.slideshare.net/IdanShinberg/nitrite-choosing-the-rite-embedded-database).

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