Hi Guys,

I've seen quite a lot of talk about replacing the default persistent store with something other than JISP.  I think this is a sound idea - I'm coming up against the various bugs everyone knows about with Jisp  2.51, and I understand the issues related to the JISP licensing.  Someone mentioned JCS as a good solution - and it strikes me as being fairly simple to extend the JCS AbstractDiskCache (http://jakarta.apache.org/turbine/jcs/xref/org/apache/jcs/auxiliary/disk/AbstractDiskCache.html.)   I hope to start work on this in the short term - today or tomorrow ideally. Has anyone given this any more thought recently?

I would prefer to do this than implement something based around NIO - the JCS package seems to very nicely implement everything needed for a persistent store.

WDYT?

Thanks,

Corin

Corin Moss
Lead Developer
TVNZ Interactive

+64 9 916 7367
+64 21 403 054
corin.moss@tvnz.co.nz

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