Can someone help me on this please.
Many thanks in advance
Both "Cayenne" and "Malagueta" are nicknames for JBossCache releases. Each JBossCache release has a official number (e.g. 3.2.1) and an nickname ("Malagueta"). What is relevant for you is the official release number. In order to find it out, just run java -jar jboss-cache.jar:
[mmarkus:~/java/jboss-4.0.5.GA ]$ java -jar ./server/all/lib/jboss-cache.jar
CVS: $Id: Version.java,v 188.8.131.52 2006/08/09 12:59:09 msurtani Exp $
History: (see docs/Changelog.txt for details)
Thanks Mircea Markus ,
I can certainly do that, but what I'm trying to undestand here is, what is the differnce between Cayenene and Malagueta? I can see that there is a subtle difference b/w the two in terms of building the cache and the methods available. So I'm not sure if Cayenene can be upgraded to Malagueta without changing the classes being used from the jars in my application to create, configure cache etc, which I feel is not a small job.
Also, my cache project is outside the JBoss EAP and the jars being used are downloaded seperately from jboss site (caynene 1.4 in my case.)dvance
I have tried looking over the place to find this deffernce but couldn't get much info. Any pointers would be highly apprecaited
Thanks in advance,
So I'm not sure if Cayenene can be upgraded to Malagueta without changing the classes being used from the jars in my application to create, configure cache etc, which I feel is not a small job.
Yep, there will be API changes between Cayenne and Malagueta. And significant performance improvements as well, so it might worth the effort.
so doing that would mean changing the getObject and putObject etc methods to attach and xml propertycofigurator changes etc
Check the API docs