I have been searching through the Broadleaf documentation for the MongoDB integration. I am not able to find any useful information for the MongoDB integration.
My concern is, is it possible to use MongoDB with Broadleaf instead on any regular SQL databases?
Any documentation would be helpful.
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MongoDB is not well suited for critical e-commerce work, going by what I can remember MongoDB doesn't do transactions and is not ACID compliant. There is no real drop in adapter for Hibernate. In my tests PostgreSQL is much faster, but it doesn't scale as easily. That's where Hibernate's L2 cache comes into play. I've plugged in memory data grid's such as Apache Ignite (Competitor to Hazlecast). That can make things crazy fast and distributed. But if you want to use a NoSQL solution for a product catalog, I suggest OrientDB over MongoDB.
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