[jboss-user] [JBoss Cache: Core Edition] - Re: Bind cache with jndi
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Thu Jun 4 04:12:48 EDT 2009
anonymous wrote : @Mircea - you should be able to bind to JNDI. This is useful not only for local mode, but even clustered modes where you want to share 1 cache instance across several webapps/enterprise apps in the same container.
You can't put it in JNDI as the CacheInvocationDelegate is not serializable(see stack trace from original post);
re:putting clustered caches in JNDI, that's a bit more tricky: between JNDI serailization and deserialization the cache might miss replication events and be in a inconsistent state. On the other hand what's the point of putting a replicated cache in JNDI because you can create an handler to it from any JVM you want to. Perhaps serializing+unserializing is more efficient than creating a new handler, but again there's the advantage of not loosing replication events.
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