oh, and by decent API, I mean a standard one, like the one that JSR
107 promised to be.
2011/4/12 George Gastaldi <gastaldi(a)apache.org>
Agreed. JSR 107 is really not useful at all as I discovered working with it. Supporting
the native apis sounds like a good idea (at least until we have a decent API for caching
and data grids)
2011/4/12 Peter Muir <pmuir(a)redhat.com>
As discussed on the issue @CacheScoped doesn't really work with infinispan as it
doesn't push changes to references to the cache so better to have people inject the
cache and do this manually.
Re jsr107 there is not really a finalised api, and what there is is pretty basic. IMO
better to support the native Apis of infinispan and ehcache directly until jsr107 is done.
Our cdi support in infinispan will provide this so i suggest focusing on ehcache or
you're very welcome to help with infinispan, send me mail off list (as I can't get
on irc for a bit) and we can sync up on im...
On 12 Apr 2011, at 03:46, George Gastaldi <gastaldi(a)apache.org> wrote:
> Anyway, here is my idea of Seam cache : https://github.com/gastaldi/seam-cache
> Maybe could be integrated on Infinispan module.
> I implemented a @CacheScoped extension using JSR 107. The cache must be previously
initialized. There is a test case to prove this.
> WDYT ?
> 2011/4/11 Shane Bryzak <sbryzak(a)redhat.com>
> Pete already started work on this  (built on top of the Infinispan integration
that he wrote as part of the Seam Cloud module), however we decided that it would be
better as an integration project under the Infinispan umbrella . If you'd like to
contribute to this, I suggest that you contact him directly to coordinate efforts.
>  https://issues.jboss.org/browse/SEAM-45
>  https://issues.jboss.org/browse/ISPN-996
> On 12/04/11 06:41, George Gastaldi wrote:
>> I would like to propose a new module on Seam: Seam Cache.
>> That module would be JSR-107 compatible (essentially Infinispan and EhCache) and
would allow to:
>> 1) @Inject Cache cache;
>> 2) Provide a new scope @CacheScoped(regionName="xx"). That
would live for the time of the cache configured by the region name itself.
>> The module should be tested on Inifinispan and EhCache.
>> What do you guys think ?
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