2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 27, 2003 1:31 AM by Bela Ban

    Working version of CacheImpl

    Bela Ban Master

      Just finished a first working version of CacheImpl.

      - Note that locking is not yet implemented
      - I will probably change some of the interface

      I have to test this much more, but who wants to be on the bleeding edge can try the CVS version.

      Have a look at CacheImplTest for an example of how to use it. I plan to add unit tests soon.

      Cheers,
      Bela

        • 1. Re: Working version of CacheImpl
          marc fleury Master

          Well done my friend, let us know when we can start the EJB port to test your stuff.

          This is critical work and a great example of AOP application

          • 2. Re: Working version of CacheImpl
            Bela Ban Master

            > Well done my friend, let us know when we can start
            > the EJB port to test your stuff.

            Now. I see 3 larger tasks that can be performed in parallel:

            #1 Integration of the Cache into EJB and SFSB interceptors. We'll use synchronous replication for our tests. This will work, but won't ensure serializability of updates across a cluster.

            #2 Locking. Once I have this, #1 doesn't need to do anything but will benefit from it.

            #3 Use of AOP to detect state changes in the Cache and trigger replication.


            All of these tasks are *completely* independent of each other, and can be worked on independently.

            I'll definitely want to talk to Bill, Alex, Dain and you, Marc, at boot camp (if we have time), so we can flesh out the details.


            Bela