steve at hibernate.org
Fri Mar 21 07:48:33 EDT 2014
Thanks for looking into this Alex. Like Emmanuel, I'd assume providers
would want to leverage any advantages they see in their native APIs, but a
107-based cache implementation would certainly be useful.
On Thu, Mar 20, 2014 at 9:28 AM, Alex Snaps <alex.snaps at gmail.com> wrote:
> Started yesterday night actually...
> I'm going to move forward as straightforward as possible and then probably
> get together with Infinispan guys while myself looking at it from Ehcache's
> Basically, I _hope_ we can have the hibernate-jcache module be "open"
> enough to provide "extension points" for specific implementation to "tune"
> I guess it will also depend how cache vendors will go about 107. For
> implementation that "merely" wrap their own API with 107's the added layer
> would just be overhead probably.
> Anyways, I'll move forward and share the new module when completed.
> On Thu, Mar 20, 2014 at 10:10 AM, Emmanuel Bernard
> <emmanuel at hibernate.org>wrote:
> > My guts are that each cache will want to provide a specific
> > implementation but it would be nice to have a generic albeit less than
> > ideal 107 implementation.
> > Nobody has started this work AFAIK so you're very welcome :)
> > Emmanuel
> > On Wed 2014-03-19 17:13, Alex Snaps wrote:
> > > Hey everyone,
> > > I wondered if anyone had considered (even the feasibility of) moving
> > > Caching SPI of Hibernate to use the (now released!) jcache API of
> > > I was contemplating having a look at providing a "jsr107 caching
> > provider"
> > > maybe first, which then could maybe folded into Hibernate... Anyways,
> > > random thoughts, maybe some of you already have insights. Also, I'd
> > expect
> > > that (some) "cache vendors" might want to do some tuning based on the
> > > Hibernate usecase still, so maybe the idea isn't such a great one (if
> > even
> > > feasible again, as I didn't even look into that). Anyways... further
> > random
> > > thoughts on the subject welcome, even non-random ones actually.
> > > Alex
> > >
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