If you are using the java.lang.Currency as part of your entity, most likely you are already regretting it now. Most of the time, a currency is a three letter word, and we don’t need the logic to be bundled in there. Keeping things simple and mapping these currencies as a String or own custom class is the way to go. For people who did use java.lang.Currency, the pain will arrive when a country changed its currency or added a new one.
This is the first time I’m deploying stuff to elasticbeanstalk, and when I’m trying to deploy my private project, I realized the eb cli I download is the version 2 and has different syntax. I installed the version 3, and it seems like it can only be installed using python package manager pip. After installing it, this is what I get: rowanto@Rowanto-Deb ~ $ eb Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/local/bin/eb", line 9, in <module> load_entry_point('awsebcli==3.