Sorry, my bad. Here’s the method. Basically I am directly invoking the Ignition.ignite() with expiry policy.

 

public static <K, V> Cache<K, V> getOrCreateCache(String name, Factory factory) {
    CacheConfiguration<
K, V> cc = newCacheConfig(name);
    cc.setExpiryPolicyFactory(factory);
    cc.setStatisticsEnabled(
true);
   
return Ignition.ignite().<K, V>getOrCreateCache(cc);
}

 

 

 

From: Denis Mekhanikov [mailto:dmekhanikov@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 10:37 AM
To: user@ignite.apache.org
Subject: Re: Can Ignite.getOrCreateCache(CacheConfiguration) return null ?

 

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What does the getOrCreateCache method do internally?

 

Denis

 

ср, 29 авг. 2018 г. в 5:52, HEWA WIDANA GAMAGE, SUBASH <Subash.HewaWidanaGamage@fmr.com>:

Hi all,

Is there any possibility for this to happen ? We’re using Ignite 1.9.0

 

Following is the code we use to obtain the cache. And we call this line for every cache operation(unintentionally), but wanted to know if following line can return a null cache instance under any circumstance.

 

Cache<String, String> cache = getOrCreateCache(CACHE_NAME,CreatedExpiryPolicy.factoryOf(new Duration(TimeUnit.SECONDS, 300)));