CancellableCommand is a command whose execution in remote VM can be canceled (if needed)
CancellationService manages association of Thread executing CancellableCommand in a remote VM and if needed cancels command execution
A factory to build commands, initializing and injecting dependencies accordingly.
Commands of this type manipulate data in the cache.
Commands affected by Flags should carry them over to the remote nodes.
This is a marker interface to indicate that such commands will never be replicated and hence will not return any valid command IDs.
Commands affected by Flags will be checked locally to control certain behaviors such whether or not to invoke certain commands remotely, check cache store etc.
A command that contains metadata information.
The core of the command-based cache framework.
Some of the commands sent over the wire can only be honored by the receiver if the topology of the cluster at delivery time is still 'compatible' with the topology in place at send time (eg.
Base class for those commands that can carry flags.
Base class for those local commands that can carry flags.
An abstract implementation of a Visitor that delegates all visit calls to a default handler which can be overridden.
Command to cancel commands executing in remote VM
CancellationServiceImpl is a default implementation of
Command to create/start a cache on a subset of Infinispan cluster nodes
Specifically used to create un-initialized
Command to stop a cache and remove all its contents from both memory and any backing store.
ReplicableCommand, which represents a command that can be used in RPC calls. A sub-interface,
VisitableCommand, represents commands that can be visited using the visitor pattern. Most commands that relate to public
CacheAPI methods tend to be
VisitableCommands, and hence the importance of this interface. The
Visitorinterface is capable of visiting
VisitableCommands, and a useful abstract implementation of
CommandInterceptor, which allows you to create interceptors that intercept command invocations adding aspects of behavior to a given invocation.
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