Within my last post the Camunda Spring-Boot Starter application used a h2 in-memory database. In general this is a good approach while developing and testing, but it should be replaced by a persistent database in later development and production stages. Using Spring-Boot capabilities this can be easily achieved by configuration. Within this post we will create a Camunda Spring-Boot starter database configuration which uses h2 in-memory database during automated tests only. For all other scenarios a MySQL database is used.
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