1 Reply Latest reply on May 30, 2014 2:35 PM by Vijay Bhaskar Chintalapati

    what is the behaviour of an asynchronous transaction?

    Francesco Sclano Newbie

      Hi,

      I'm investigating asynchronous transaction in order to improve performances.

      Could you please explain me what is the behaviour of a transaction in a replicated asynchronous cache?

      If I have a transaction composed by operations, in which every operation depends by previous operation (i.e. order of execution of operations is important).

      For instance, consider a transaction T that performs a read of data1 needed to build data2, data2 is then written on cache.

       

      TRANSACTION T {

             

              // 1° operation

              data1 = get(key1);

             

              // 2° operation

              data2 = elaborate(data1);

             

              // 3° operation

              put(data2);

             

      }

       

       

      In other words, I need that "entire transactions" are asynchronously executed, but I need that operations performed inside a transaction remain synchronous.

      Is it possible? If yes, how I have to configure infinispan?

       

      Many Thanks

       

      Francesco Sclano