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From Clinton Begin <clinton.be...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [iBatis 3] Cache troubles
Date Tue, 17 Nov 2009 23:25:56 GMT
I'll try to answer in two short statements to see if that helps.  I won't
have time to look through the code anytime soon...

  * I think you can solve the first problem of flushing the whole cache by
passing the cache's namespace to memcached as a cache domain (I'm not sure
what memcached calls them, but essentially flush only a partition or group
of the cached elements (OSCache calls this a domain I believe).

  * The putObject isn't called until the end of the session, or when commit
is called.  It's a transactional cache, so if you rollback a transaction
before closing the session or committing... the cache won't be updated with
potentially erroneous or inconsistent data.

Hope that helps,

On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 1:23 PM, Simone Tripodi <simone.tripodi@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi all guys,
> I've been doing some experiment using the last beta of iBatis 3 and
> I've the feeling you happily fixed the inglorious IBATIS-555 issue
> about the CacheKey unique hashcode generation on different JVMs :)
> Now I've been porting my old stuff to the new iBatis implementation
> and everything has worked fine until I plugged-in the cache, I really
> hope you can help me to understand where I'm wrong: I implemented a
> Memcached-based Cache class, wrapping the spy memcached client
> (code.google.com/p/spymemcached/), injecting a singleton instance to
> the Configuration programmatically using google-guice 2 and finally
> referenced in the sql-map via the snippet:
> <cache-ref namespace="memcached"/>
> What I noticed, reading the logs, is the following:
> * when flushing the statements defined in the sql map, is called the
> method org.apache.ibatis.cache.Cache#clear(): that makes me a little
> worried, because in a memcached context I ideally want to use just one
> memcached client instance and reference it in the whole application,
> when performing an insert operation I wouldn't flush the whole cache,
> but rather remove only the interested statements; since I'm still used
> to the old iBatis2 cache model, how can I fix it?
> * no data is cached, the method
> org.apache.ibatis.cache.Cache#putObject(Object,Object) is never
> called;
> All the code I've been producing is public, you can find it on
> google-code[1], and on the test directory you can find the scenario[2]
> I described
> Thanks in advance for your help, any kind of suggestion will be very
> appreciated!!!
> Simone
> [1] http://code.google.com/p/ibaguice/source/browse/#svn/trunk
> [2]
> http://code.google.com/p/ibaguice/source/browse/trunk/src/test/java/com/ibaguice/SimpleTestCase.java
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