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Configuring a Custom Coordinated Cache (ELUG)

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This section describes the various components that you must configure to use a custom, user-defined coordinated cache. For more information, see Custom Coordinated Cache.

Configurable Options for a Custom Coordinated Cache lists the configurable options for a custom, user-defined coordinated cache.


Introduction to Custom Coordinated Cache Configuration

This table lists the configurable options for a custom coordinated cache.


Configurable Options for a Custom Coordinated Cache

Option to Configure Workbench
Java

Cache coordination change propagation at the descriptor level (see Configuring Cache Coordination Change Propagation at the Descriptor Level)

Supported

Supported

Service channel (see Configuring a Service Channel)

Supported

Supported

Transport class (see Configuring Transport Class)

Supported

Supported

Connection handling (see Configuring Connection Handling)

Supported

Supported


Configuring Transport Class

To configure a custom coordinated cache, you must specify your custom instance of org.eclipse.persistence.sessions.coordination.TransportManager.



How to Configure Transport Class Using Workbench

To select the transport class for the user defined coordinated cache, use this procedure:

  1. Select a session or session broker in the Navigator. Its properties appear in the Editor.
  2. Click the Cache Coordination tab. The Cache Coordination tab appears.
  3. Ensure the Enable Cache Coordination option is selected and the Type is User Defined (see Cache Coordination).
    Cache Coordination, Transport Class Option
    Cache Coordination, Transport Class Option

  4. Click Browse and select the transport class for the user-defined coordinated cache.

Click Browse and select the transport class for the user-defined coordinated cache.




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