From 2007 I have been using 'Hibernate Object/Relational Mapping' (ORM) with MySQL. I started a contract in 2015 at RS Components (RS) who wanted to use a NoSQL database 'Proof of Concept' (PoC). As RS were big (JBoss &) WildFly users we decided to deploy EJBs for access with Entities, using MongoDB as the NoSQL. I decided to use 'Hibernate Object/Grid Mapper' (OGM) and it worked extremely well.
In August 2019 I started a project for a Publisher, again using MongoDB with Hibernate OGM 5.4.1.Final (December 2018). In October 2020 we investigated upgrading to Jakarta EE 9 version (WildFly 21.0.0.Final), trying to get OGM to work with Jakarta EE 9. Unfortunately "Hibernate was not maintained anymore"! I finally got confirmation from RedHat: https://hibernate.org/ogm/releases/5.4/
After a few failed attempts with 'EclipseLink' and the pure MongoDB Driver with BSON I think I've found the solution with 'Morphia' - Object-Directory Mapping. Morphia is a wrapper around the Java driver for MongoDB see: https://www.mongodb.com/languages/morphia
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