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From Yakov Zhdanov <yzhda...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Help with integrating Ignite(as JCache) with JBoss EAP 6.4
Date Mon, 14 Dec 2015 12:29:16 GMT

Anton Vinogradov has identified the problem in cache manager and fixed it
(one-liner fix) and will check tc today. If this does not break anything,
we will include it into ignite-1.5 release which should be available early
next week.


2015-12-08 18:18 GMT+03:00 juanavelez <jsjunkemail73@gmail.com>:

> That was the original approach but seeing how difficult it is to correctly
> set the IgniteConfiguration object (either by using Properties as you
> pointed out earlier in this thread because of Factories, SPIs, etc. or JSON
> as stated in another thread), we realized we could not avoid using Spring
> and hence the route of using IgnitionEx.loadConfigurations(springCfgUrl)
> which I agree tightly couples us to a specific JCache implementation.
> We have already tested the approach and it seems to work at least for our
> purposes.
> And yes, indeed we are bound by what the JCache API allows
> Ignite/Hazelcast to expose which might not be the full features.
> BTW: We are very happy with Ignite, it has very strong features (we like
> the most the seamless integration with JTA/XA!) which fit perfect our
> intended purpose. Thank you for such a great product and your constant help.
> Thanks - Juan
> On Dec 7, 2015, at 2:25 PM, vkulichenko [via Apache Ignite Users] <[hidden
> email] <http:///user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=2178&i=0>> wrote:
> Juan,
> I don't see how this will help you.
> IgnitionEx.loadConfigurations(springCfgUrl) still uses Spring to load
> configuration from the file.
> I think the best way is to create IgniteConfiguration object, set class
> loader, start Ignite and create cache using Ignite API. If you then use
> only JCache APIs, switching to another provider will be very easy even if
> you don't use CacheManager. But note that not all Ignite features will be
> available in this case (like SQL queries, for example).
> -Val
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