CSV File – Upload/Download using Apache Commons-CSV + SpringBoot RestAPIs + Spring JPA + Thymeleaf to MySQL

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In the post, Grokonez guides how to Upload/Download CSV Files to MySQL database using SpringBoot + Spring JPA with Apache Commons-CSV library

Technologies

– Spring Boot – 2.0.6.RELEASE
– Spring JPA
– Thymeleaf
– MySQL
– Apache Commons-CSV

Goal

We create a SpringBoot project as below:

upload-download-csv-file-thymeleaf-springboot-spring-jpa-apache-commons-csv-mysql---project-structure

-> CSV File:

upload-download-csv-file-thymeleaf-springboot-spring-jpa-apache-commons-csv-mysql---csv-file

-> Results:

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-> MySQL:

upload-download-csv-file-thymeleaf-springboot-spring-jpa-apache-commons-csv-mysql---mysql-records

Practice

Create SpringBoot project

We create a SpringBoot project with below dependencies:

Customer Model

– Create Customer.java model:

JPA Repository

– Create CustomerRepository.java:

CSV Utils

– Implement CsvUtils.java:

RestAPIs Controller
Upload Controller

– Implement UploadFileController.java:

Download Controller

– Implement DownloadFileController.java file:

Viewers

– Implement upload/download viewers:

Application Config

– In application.properties, add configuration:

SourceCode

– CSV File as below format:

upload-download-csv-file-thymeleaf-springboot-spring-jpa-apache-commons-csv-mysql---csv-file

– SourceCode: SpringBootUploadDownloadCSVFile

By grokonez | February 19, 2019.



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