a) Include JDG dependencies easily into client applications. (Library mode or Hot Rod client)
b) Define a new cache easily, inheriting the properties of an existing cache, specifying only the properties that need to change. (Library mode only)
Infinispan Engineering Team
a) it is possible to support the three uber-jars (client-all, server-all, query-all) in production as well
b) This functionality has been always been the way of configuring caches. Will ensure that the documentation explains this.
Will cause package changes, but no API changes. This only affects classloading to an extent (since many more classes will be in the same classloader), but that should not be an issue
https://github.com/infinispan/jdg/pull/276 merged to jdg-6.4.x branch. Thanks!
Functionality is in place and usable.
Basic testduite runs OK, also, we tested usability in jdg-jon-support-application which is used for testing JON/JDG integration.
Everything seems to be ok now.
For any further discovered issues we will open new BZs.
This is VERIFIED for now.
Feature was successfully delivered, more complex testing scenarios are currently under development.
CR1 will need this one: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1178152
Setting to VERIFIED. BZ1178152 will be placed on the blockers list instead.