Label: hot_rod

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Related Labels: jta, hotrod, cache_server, transaction, client, client_server, xa, server, infinispan

Page: Hot Rod Server (Infinispan 6.0)
Introduction Starting with version 4.1, Infinispan distribution contains a server module that implements Infinispan's custom binary protocol called Hot Rod ISPN:Hot Rod Protocol. The protocol was designed to enable faster client/server interactions compared to other ...
Other labels: server, hotrod, cache_server
Page: Java Hot Rod client (Infinispan 6.0)
Introduction Hot Rod is a binary, language neutral protocol. This article explains how a Java client can interact with a server via the Hot Rod protocol. A reference implementation of the protocol written in Java can be found in all Infinispan distributions since ...
Other labels: infinispan, hotrod, client_server, client
Page: Java Hot Rod client (Infinispan 5.2)
Introduction Hot Rod is a binary, language neutral protocol. This article explains how a Java client can interact with a server via the Hot Rod protocol. A reference implementation of the protocol written in Java can be found in all Infinispan distributions since ...
Other labels: infinispan, hotrod, client_server, client
Page: Java Hot Rod client (Infinispan 5.3)
Introduction Hot Rod is a binary, language neutral protocol. This article explains how a Java client can interact with a server via the Hot Rod protocol. A reference implementation of the protocol written in Java can be found in all Infinispan distributions since ...
Other labels: infinispan, hotrod, client_server, client
Page: Java Hot Rod client (Infinispan 5.0)
Introduction Hot Rod is a binary, language neutral protocol. This article explains how a Java client can interact with a server via the Hot Rod protocol. A reference implementation of the protocol written in Java can be found in all Infinispan distributions since ...
Other labels: infinispan, hotrod, client_server, client
Page: Java Hot Rod client (Infinispan 5.1)
Introduction Hot Rod is a binary, language neutral protocol. This article explains how a Java client can interact with a server via the Hot Rod protocol. A reference implementation of the protocol written in Java can be found in all Infinispan distributions since ...
Other labels: infinispan, hotrod, client_server, client
Page: Using Hot Rod Server (Infinispan 5.0)
Introduction Starting with version 4.1, Infinispan distribution contains a server module that implements Infinispan's custom binary protocol called Hot Rod ISPN:Hot Rod Protocol. The protocol was designed to enable faster client/server interactions compared to other ...
Other labels: server, hotrod, cache_server
Page: Using Hot Rod Server (Infinispan 5.1)
Introduction Starting with version 4.1, Infinispan distribution contains a server module that implements Infinispan's custom binary protocol called Hot Rod ISPN:Hot Rod Protocol. The protocol was designed to enable faster client/server interactions compared to other ...
Other labels: server, hotrod, cache_server
Page: Using Hot Rod Server (Infinispan 5.2)
Introduction Starting with version 4.1, Infinispan distribution contains a server module that implements Infinispan's custom binary protocol called Hot Rod ISPN:Hot Rod Protocol. The protocol was designed to enable faster client/server interactions compared to other ...
Other labels: server, hotrod, cache_server
Page: Using Hot Rod Server (Infinispan 5.3)
Introduction Starting with version 4.1, Infinispan distribution contains a server module that implements Infinispan's custom binary protocol called Hot Rod ISPN:Hot Rod Protocol. The protocol was designed to enable faster client/server interactions compared to other ...
Other labels: server, hotrod, cache_server