PojoCache is an in-memomy, transactional, and replicated POJO (plain old Java object) cache system that allows users to operate on a POJO transparently without active user management of either replication or persistency aspects. PojoCache, a component of JBossCache (uses PojoCache class as an internal implementation, the old implementation TreeCacheAop has been deprecated.), is the first in the market to provide a POJO cache functionality. JBossCache by itself is a 100% Java based library that can be run either as a standalone program or inside an application server.
This document is meant to be a user guide to explain the architecture, api, configuration, and examples for PojoCache. We assume the readers are familiar with both JGroups and TreeCache usages. Since PojoCache uses JBossAop framework, an introduction will also be given there.
If you have questions, use the user forum linked on the JBossCache website. We also provide tracking links for tracking bug reports and feature requests on JBoss Jira web site . If you are interested in the development of PojoCache, post a message on the forum. If you are interested in translating this documentation into your language, contact us on the developer mailing list.
JBossCache is an open-source product based on LGPL. Commercial development support, production support and training for JBoss Cache is available through JBoss Inc. (see JBoss web site ). JBoss Cache is a project of the JBoss Professional Open Source product suite.
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