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Page: Batching (Infinispan 5.0)
Introduction Generally speaking, one should use batching API whenever the only participant in the transaction is an Infinispan cluster. On the other hand, JTA transactions (involving TransactionManager) should be used whenever the transactions involves multiple systems. E.g. considering ...
Other labels: jta, transaction, batch, batching
Page: Batching (Infinispan 5.1)
Introduction Generally speaking, one should use batching API whenever the only participant in the transaction is an Infinispan cluster. On the other hand, JTA transactions (involving TransactionManager) should be used whenever the transactions involves multiple systems. E.g. considering ...
Other labels: jta, transaction, batch, batching
Page: Batching (Infinispan 6.0)
Introduction Generally speaking, one should use batching API whenever the only participant in the transaction is an Infinispan cluster. On the other hand, JTA transactions (involving TransactionManager) should be used whenever the transactions involves multiple systems. E.g. considering ...
Other labels: jta, transaction, batch, batching
Page: Batching (Infinispan 5.2)
Introduction Generally speaking, one should use batching API whenever the only participant in the transaction is an Infinispan cluster. On the other hand, JTA transactions (involving TransactionManager) should be used whenever the transactions involves multiple systems. E.g. considering ...
Other labels: jta, transaction, batch, batching
Page: Batching (Infinispan 5.3)
Introduction Generally speaking, one should use batching API whenever the only participant in the transaction is an Infinispan cluster. On the other hand, JTA transactions (involving TransactionManager) should be used whenever the transactions involves multiple systems. E.g. considering ...
Other labels: jta, transaction, batch, batching
Page: CacheLoaders (Infinispan 5.1)
Introduction Cache loader is Infinispan's connection to a (persistent) data store. Cache loader fetches data from a store when that data is not in the cache, and when modifications are made to data in the cache the CacheLoader is called to store those modifications back to the store. Cache ...
Other labels: cacheloader, store, loader, cachestore
Page: CacheLoaders (Infinispan 5.0)
Introduction Cache loader is Infinispan's connection to a (persistent) data store. Cache loader fetches data from a store when that data is not in the cache, and when modifications are made to data in the cache the CacheLoader is called to store those modifications back to the store. Cache ...
Other labels: cacheloader, store, loader, cachestore
Page: Cache Loaders and Stores (Infinispan 6.0)
Introduction Cache loader is Infinispan's connection to a (persistent) data store. Cache loader fetches data from a store when that data is not in the cache, and when modifications are made to data in the cache the CacheLoader is called to store those modifications back to the store. Cache ...
Other labels: cacheloader, store, loader, cachestore
Page: Cache Loaders and Stores (Infinispan 5.3)
Introduction Cache loader is Infinispan's connection to a (persistent) data store. Cache loader fetches data from a store when that data is not in the cache, and when modifications are made to data in the cache the CacheLoader is called to store those modifications back to the store. Cache ...
Other labels: cacheloader, store, loader, cachestore
Page: Cache Loaders and Stores (Infinispan 5.2)
Introduction Cache loader is Infinispan's connection to a (persistent) data store. Cache loader fetches data from a store when that data is not in the cache, and when modifications are made to data in the cache the CacheLoader is called to store those modifications back to the store. Cache ...
Other labels: cacheloader, store, loader, cachestore