Where to write and store mongoDB map/reduce functions in java project
The convention I use and I've seen in most open source projects (including Spring et al) is to put all non-java files under a resources directory, under a descriptive directory: module-root/ src/ main/ java/ (Java sources go here) resources/ log4j.xml spring/ (spring xmls go here) sql/ (sql scripts go here) mongo/ (<-- seems like a good place for mongoDB functions) test/ unit/ java/ (unit test java sources go here) resources/ (unit test specific resources - usually none) integration/ java/ (integration test java sources go here) resources/ spring/ (usually an ITestAssembly.xml goes here) The buildfile then packs the resources into a resource jar, which gets deployed along wiht all the other jars.
We place the JS files as application resources in the (Eclipse) project and then upon application initialisation those files are read by the Java apps (either web app or daemons in our case), stored in a singleton management class and then used as needed when invoking, say, a map/reduce. It's relatively straightforward resource management.
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