If the fqn is /a/b, and say you have a map, then the mapping is something like
/a/b/map/1 (key1, value)
/a/b/map/2 (key2, value)
In addition, aop will deflate your object graph recursively if value is declared "advisable".
I am currently doing an enhancement of aop in post 1.1 source. I will update the documentation as well.
i thought it will create a key and value pair in this manner inside jBoss caching
/a/b key1 value1
/a/b key2 value 2
wher a and b are the node key1 and key2 are the key from map and value 1 and valu2 is the value from the map
as i though it will read the map and create key and value pair in side the node b
as per of ur reply its saying that it will create
a node map which contain the key callled key1 and key2 with values value1 and value2 .
so the jBoss willbe
/a/b/map key1 value1
/a/b/map key2 value2
method used is
public void put(java.lang.String fqn,
OK, this is nothign to do with aop then. If it is a straight put("/a", map), for example, it will put the map inside the internal hashmap under node "/a". You can then retrieve it using get("/a", key1).