[keycloak-dev] KeycloakSession question

Bill Burke bburke at redhat.com
Fri Apr 10 10:28:48 EDT 2015

KeycloakSession is analogous to an EntityManager in JPA.  It only exists 
for the duration of the request.  What you'd want is for File-based 
storage to queue up writes and flush them when the KeycloakSession is 

On 4/10/2015 9:15 AM, Stan Silvert wrote:
> Is KeycloakSession always short-lived?
> If so, it might be relatively easy to make the JSON File based
> persistence more robust and probably fix the cache tests that currently
> fail with it.
> All KeycloakSessions would share the same in-memory model.  When a
> KeycloakSession ends and requests to write the model to disk, all new
> requests for access to the model are blocked.  When all active
> KeycloakSessions are done, we write out the model and unblock the new
> KeycloakSessions.
> But this only works if we can assume KeycloakSession is short-lived.
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Bill Burke
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