Génération d’une application avec Kafka Kafka

Nous installons JHipster comme indiqué sur le site : https://www.jhipster.tech/

Nous utilisons alors JHipster avec les options suivantes :

Welcome to the JHipster Generator v4.14.3 
 
Application files will be generated in folder: /home/hlemorvan/jh4 
? Which *type* of application would you like to create? Monolithic 
application (recommended for simple projects) 
? What is the base name of your application? jh3 
? What is your default Java package name? fr.eni.spring5 
? Do you want to use the JHipster Registry to configure, monitor and scale 
your application? No 
? Which *type* of authentication would you like to use? JWT authentication 
(stateless, with a token) 
? Which *type* of database would you like to use? SQL (H2, MySQL, MariaDB, 
PostgreSQL, Oracle, MSSQL) 
? Which *production* database would you like to use? MySQL 
? Which *development* database would you like to use? H2 with disk-based 
persistence 
? Do you want to use the Spring cache abstraction? Yes, with the Ehcache 
implementation (local cache, for a single node) 
? Do you want to use Hibernate 2nd level cache? Yes 
? Would you like to use Maven or Gradle for building the backend? Maven 
? Which other technologies would you like to use? Asynchronous messages 
using Apache Kafka 
? Which *Framework* would you like to use for the client? (Use arrow keys) 

JHipster génère pour nous une application complète avec Kafka...

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