Summary: This document provides basic information about the extension providing NoSQL database support for the JEE Analyzer.

Extension ID

com.castsoftware.nosqljava

What's new?

Please see NoSQL for Java - 1.6 - Release Notes for more information.

Supported NoSQL databases

The NoSQL for Java extension provides support for the following NoSQL databases:

DatabaseDetails about how the support is provided
Amazon DocumentDBAmazon DocumentDB support for Java source code
Azure Cosmos DB 

Azure Cosmos DB support for Java source code

Azure Cosmos DB support for Spring Data source data
CouchbaseCouchbase support for Spring Data source code
Couchbase support for Java source code
CouchDBCouchDB support for Java source code
DynamoDB 

DynamoDB support for Java source code

DynamoDB support for Spring Data source code
ElasticsearchElasticsearch support for Java source code
Elasticsearch support for Spring Data source code
MarkLogic

Marklogic support for Java source code

MemcachedMemcached support for Java source code
MongoDB

MongoDB support for Java source code

MongoDB support for Spring Data source code

Redis

Redis support for Java source code

Redis support for Spring Data source code

Function Point, Quality and Sizing support

This extension provides the following support:

Function Points
(transactions)
(tick)
Quality and Sizing(tick)

AIP Core compatibility

This extension is compatible with:

CAST AIP releaseSupported
8.3.x(tick)

Supported DBMS servers

This extension is compatible with the following DBMS servers:

DBMSSupported
CSS / PostgreSQL(tick)

Prerequisites

Required?Extensions
(tick)com.castsoftware.jee.1.2.14 and above
(tick)com.castsoftware.internal.platform 0.9.0-beta2 and above
(tick)com.castsfotware.wbslinker 1.6.11 and above

Download and installation instructions

The extension will not be automatically downloaded and installed in CAST Console. If you need to use it, should manually install the extension using the Application - Extensions interface:

Handling of NoSQL Java Collection objects for transaction purposes

All NoSQL "Collection" type objects are not classed as having code - i.e. they are codeless and are created via "getcollection" statements. As such, these objects either exist or do not and therefore NoSQL for Java extension does not compute a checksum on them. See https://mongodb.github.io/mongo-java-driver/3.4/driver/tutorials/databases-collections/ for more information. This means that in reality, if a transaction is really changed to add or remove a collection, then the java code itself is changed and so the transaction will be  marked as modified. This in turn means that in an environment where the same release of a the NoSQL for Java extension is used for successive analyses, changes in java objects are enough to change the transaction values.

Structural rules

1.6.12-funcrelhttps://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.12-funcrel
1.6.11-funcrelhttps://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.11-funcrel
1.6.10-funcrelhttps://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.10-funcrel
1.6.9-funcrelhttps://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.9-funcrel
1.6.8-funcrelhttps://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.8-funcrel
1.6.7-funcrelhttps://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.7-funcrel
1.6.6-funcrelhttps://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.6-funcrel
1.6.5-funcrelhttps://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.5-funcrel
1.6.4-funcrelhttps://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.4-funcrel
1.6.3-funcrelhttps://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.3-funcrel
1.6.2-funcrelhttps://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.2-funcrel
1.6.1-funcrelhttps://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.1-funcrel
1.6.0-funcrelhttps://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.0-funcrel
1.6.0-beta2https://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.0-beta2
1.6.0-beta1https://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.0-beta1
1.6.0-alpha6https://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.0-alpha6
1.6.0-alpha5https://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.0-alpha5
1.6.0-alpha4https://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.0-alpha4
1.6.0-alpha3https://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.0-alpha3
1.6.0-alpha2https://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.0-alpha2
1.6.0-alpha1https://technologies.castsoftware.com/rules?sec=srs_nosqljava&ref=||1.6.0-alpha1