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From Jorge Medina <cerebrotecnolog...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Data is not getting cached 2nd time after calling dispose()/shutdown()
Date Tue, 23 Nov 2010 23:15:21 GMT
It is hard to understand your grammar, but here we go.

I think you are using JCS for the wrong purpose.

What is the purpose of saving the cache to disk on each transaction?
I believe you are trying to use the cache as your persistent storage
and that is not what JCS is intended to be used for.

On Tue, Nov 2, 2010 at 2:32 PM, DCS <dc.srivastava@tcs.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> My object is getting cached succesfully by using JCS.
> But second time after shutdown/dispose , data is not getting cached.
> When I am restarting my server then again it cached the data and appended
> the exising .data file.
> but again second time data is not getting cached.
>  I followed the instruction to use file-based cache, i.e. invoke
> dispose()/shutdown()  and found that the cache content was saved to file.
>  However, after invoking dispose()/shutdown(), it seems that
> dispose()/shutdown() has closed the auxiliary cache region that further
> addition to the cache will no longer
>  be saved to cache, even I invoke dispose() again.
>  Is there any way that I can continue JCS object (in the same thread, same
> JVM) (to save object into file cache) after invoking  dispose()?
>  I tried calling JCS.getInstance() again with the same region name, but the
> object is not getting cached in disk.
>  Dispose()/Shutdown is necessary for each transaction, because I have to
> cache each transaction in my local disk, and if I am calling
> dispose()/shutdown() , not able to   call dispose()/shutdown() again for
> next transaction.So for every next transaction either I am doing rebuild the
> application or restarting the server.
> Thanks
> Deepak Srivastava
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