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MongoDB in Scala Using Casbah and Salat Object Document Mapping

This is a simple example on using MongoDB in Scala using the Casbah driver for MongoDB and Salat as the ODM (Object Document Mapping) as a Maven project and generating the eclipse project files to work with.

What’s wrong with us Java people to consider simple something that requires over a hundred lines of configurations just to be able to do an insert and find?

Original title and link: MongoDB in Scala Using Casbah and Salat Object Document Mapping (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://guy.renards.be/blog/?p=24