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From Muthu <muthu.kumara...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: New version of Web Console released
Date Wed, 07 Jun 2017 09:22:54 GMT
Thanks Alexey! for the pointers. For the ORM alternate case the use case is
the below (basically today we are thinking of using Ignite with MyBatis
with Ignite being the L2 cache (among other things) & MyBatis being the
persistence framework, the question is can Ignite do the cache with the Web
console's RDBMS Integration or Model support being used to play the role of
the persistence framework so it will be an all Ignite thingy),

1. A way to write DTOs to ignite cache which will then automatically (async
aswell) persist to DB (model/DTO generation, db persistence, etc)
  -- This includes insert, update & delete and batch/bulk operations

2. A way to read from ignite cache which will automatically read from DB if
not in cache
  -- This includes read based on any predicate (where clause), custom
select sql queries, bulk operations


On Wed, Jun 7, 2017 at 12:19 AM, Alexey Kuznetsov <akuznetsov@apache.org>

> Muthu,
> >> Is the web console not part of or deploy-able from the ignite fabric
> distrib
> Yes. It is not part of binary distribution.
> You can build it from sources or use Docker image (see:
> https://hub.docker.com/r/apacheignite/web-console-standalone/tags/)
> >> .but i do not find any directory named "modules" under my IGNITE_HOME
> You need to download SOURCE release.
> >>> Can i download only a trial version from console.gridgain.com ?
> No. console.gridgain.com contains Web Console that based on Apache Ignite
> code base, but with additional features developed by GridGain.
> Please contact GridGain for that.
> >> Will i able to use this as an alternative to say an ORM like MyBatis?
> It depends in what you need. Please describe your use case.
> --
> Alexey Kuznetsov

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