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From "Alexander Menshikov (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (IGNITE-5994) IgniteInternalCache.invokeAsync().get() can return null
Date Tue, 08 Aug 2017 14:34:00 GMT
Alexander Menshikov created IGNITE-5994:

             Summary: IgniteInternalCache.invokeAsync().get() can return null
                 Key: IGNITE-5994
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/IGNITE-5994
             Project: Ignite
          Issue Type: Bug
            Reporter: Alexander Menshikov

The IgniteInternalCache.invoke() always return an EntryProcessorResult, but the IgniteInternalCache.invokeAsync().get()
can return the null in case when an EntryProcessor has returned the null.

Code from reproducer:

final EntryProcessor<Object, Object, Object> ep = new EntryProcessor<Object, Object,
Object>() {
            public Object process(MutableEntry<Object, Object> entry,
                Object... objects) throws EntryProcessorException {
                return null;

        EntryProcessorResult<Object> result = utilCache.invoke("test", ep);


        result = utilCache.invokeAsync("test", ep).get();

        // Assert here!!!
It can be optimization. Nevertheless results of invoke() must be equals with results of invokeAsync().get().
So there are two options:

1) To do so would be the invokeAsync(key, ep).get() returned the null too for the optimization.
2) Or to do so would be the invoke(key, ep) returned an EntryProcessorResult for a logical

NOTE: Don't confuse with IgniteCache.invoke.

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