Although support to reactive streams and repositories is in the roadmap and will be supported by Mongock, it's not yet. Anyway, of course that doesn't mean you cannot use Mongock in a project where you are using reactive streams to connect to MongoDB. We will explain in the next section what really means and the few implications.
You need to import the non-reactive MongoDB library in addition to the reactive one.
In case you are using
@EnabledMongock approach, a MongoTemplate bean needs to be injected to the Spring context.
You should NOT use reactive repositories or streams in your changeLogs. Technically you could use them as explained in section Using custom beans in changeSet methods, but you can get unexpected results.
If you are using MongoDB driver directly, you would be probably importing
mongodb-driver-reactivestreams , in that case you would need to import
mongodb-driver-sync as well.
On the other hand, if you are using Spring data in your project, you are probably importing
spring-boot-starter-data-mongodb-reactive, in this case you need to import
spring-boot-starter-data-mongodb as well.