[jboss-user] [JBoss Cache: Core Edition] - Re: <cache-configs/> or <jbosscache> format?

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Sat Feb 14 22:19:56 EST 2009

Yes, the early format was deprecated in JBC 3, although it should still work fine.

The schema shown on p 105 of the 3.0.2.GA userguide is for a single config, while the old "cache-configs" format was used when you wanted to specify several named configs in a single document, which is what org.hibernate.cache.jbc2.JBossCacheRegionFactory expects. But, JBC3 has a new schema to handle that too, although I'm not sure if it's covered in the docs. Here's an example:

  | <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
  | <registry:cache-configs xmlns="urn:jboss:jbosscache-core:config:3.0" xmlns:registry="urn:jboss:jbosscache-core:cache-repo:3.0">
  |     <!--
  |      Various JBoss Cache configurations, suitable for different caching
  |      uses (e.g. entities vs. queries).
  |      In all cases, TransactionManager configuration not required.
  |      Hibernate will plug in its own transaction manager integration.
  |     -->
  |     <!-- A config appropriate for entity/collection caching. -->
  |     <registry:cache-config name="optimistic-entity">
  |        <locking lockAcquisitionTimeout="15000" nodeLockingScheme="optimistic"/>
  |        ......
  |     </registry:cache-config>
  |     <!-- A config appropriate for entity/collection caching that
  |          uses pessimistic locking -->
  |     <registry:cache-config name="pessimistic-entity">
  |        <locking isolationLevel="REPEATABLE_READ" lockAcquisitionTimeout="15000" nodeLockingScheme="pessimistic"/>
  |       .....
  |     </registry:cache-config>
  | </registry:cache-configs>

The content of a "registry:cache-config" element is the same as the content of a "jbosscache" element shown in the user guide.  Only difference is the "registry:cache-config" element must have a "name" attribute where you give a name to the config, same as the JBC 2 "cache-config" element's "name" attribute.

If you are using JBC3, I'm quite certain JBossCacheRegionFactory will handle the JBC3 schema without problems, since it delegates the parsing to JBC3 code.

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