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Coherence Event Processing : MemberListener Feature

Coherence manages cluster membership, automatically adding new servers to the cluster when they start up and automatically detecting their departure when they are shut down or fail. Applications have full access to this information, and can sign up to receive event notifications when members join and leave the cluster. Coherence also tracks all the services ...
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Hazelcast Distributed Map Loaders with Spring and Hibernate

com.hazelcast.core.MapLoader Interface provides very important flexibility for data access. Distributed map implementation is an in-memory data store but it can be backed by any type of data store such as RDBMS, OODBMS, or simply a file based data store. IMap.get(key) normally returns the value that is available in-memory. However, if the entry doesn’t exist in-memory, Hazelcast ...
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How to develop Infinispan RMI Service and Client

Java Remote Method Invocation (Java RMI) enables the programmer to create distributed Java technology-based applications, in which the methods of remote Java objects can be invoked from other Java virtual machines, possibly on different hosts. RMI uses object serialization to marshal and unmarshal parameters and does not truncate types, supporting true object-oriented polymorphism. The development of ...
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Coherence Event Processing : MapTrigger Feature

MapTrigger is one of the most important features of Oracle Coherence to provide a highly customized cache management system. It represents a functional agent that allows to validate, reject or modify mutating operations against an underlying map. Also, they can prevent invalid transactions, enforce security, provide event logging and auditing, and gather statistics on data ...
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Hazelcast Distributed Data Structures : DistributedSet

Java Set Interface is a member of the Java Collections Framework. This collection that contains no duplicate elements and does not permit null elements. All known Implementing Classes of java.util.Set Interface are the following : AbstractSet, ConcurrentSkipListSet, CopyOnWriteArraySet, EnumSet, HashSet, LinkedHashSet, TreeSet and JobStateReasons. The important methods of java.util.Set Interface boolean add(E e) : Adds the specified element ...
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