Yes, I have used Jbosscache with WAS6 and hibernate. Could post any particular problem you are facing
I tried to use JBOSS Cache (1.4.1 SP1) in WAS V6.1.
I set up a shared library dir which was assigned to the application I wanted to use the cache with. Eveythings works fine till I want to start the cache with cache.startService(). I receive a
Any ideas ?
What about using the cache as a custome service
Has anyone responded further to this issue. I just encountered it as well and am now investigating.
The perplexing aspect of the problem is that the applicable JBoss mbean registration code checks to ensure that the cache's mbean isn't registered before it registers it. So you should never encounter this problem.
I've just discovered an ActiveMQ Forum thread which indicates that WebSphere modifies the object name upon registration. This could cause the problem if the registration wasn't under the expected name. See http://issues.apache.org/activemq/browse/SM-883 for further details.
I've created JBCACHE-1025 to track this issue.