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From msl...@email.cz
Subject Re: CacheManager access on JBoss 7
Date Fri, 02 Mar 2012 12:05:08 GMT
By looking at code I found that CacheManager is actually using system property so I must set
system property for it.
Still I am interested if there is any way how to access Jackrabbit API/core in JBoss. I know
JCR API is used as JBoss module so its classes should be loaded just once. I even tried to
make also some Jackrabbit jars as JBoss modules but it did not work for me. I could not initialize
connection then. Is there anybody who successfuly solved this problem on JBoss 7?



> ------------ Původní zpráva ------------
> Od:  <mslama@email.cz>
> Předmět: CacheManager access on JBoss 7
> Datum: 02.3.2012 13:01:08
> ----------------------------------------
> Hi,
> I am using Jakcrabbit 2.2.9 on JBoss 7 with JCA. I get repository/session in my
> code using:
> repository = (Repository) new InitialContext().lookup(config.getJndiName());
> This repository is JCARepositoryHandle. I need to get RepositoryImpl so that I
> can get CacheManeger but due to class loading in JBoss I cannot use:
>         Session session = repository.login(config.getCredentials());
>         RepositoryImpl r = (RepositoryImpl) session.getRepository();
> because class RepositoryImpl in my code and returned from session are loaded by
> different classloader. Is there any way how to access Jackrabbti API/core
> classes? (I had the same problem with DataStoreGarbageCollector.) So far I did
> not find
> any solution to this. Or I need some other way how to change CacheManager
> setting.
> If I understand correctly CacheManager limits memory used by all caches and max
> default is now 16MB so if I set bundleCacheSize on higher value it has no effect
> right?
> Thanks
> Marek
> Marek Slama
> mslama@email.cz

Marek Slama

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