kandi X-RAY | protostream Summary
kandi X-RAY | protostream Summary
ProtoStream is a serialization library based on Protobuf data format. It is open source software released under the Apache License, v2.0. ProtoStream is part of the Infinispan data grid platform. For more information about Infinispan visit the project's website on
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Generate the proto documentation
- Write proto type
- Generate the indentation
- Scan class
- Write byte to stream
- Write integer
- Writes an input stream to the stream context
- Command - line parser
- Parses command line options
- Write integer field
- Write array
- Writes a collection to the stream
- Gets the base packages
- Processes the generated AutoPropertiesBuilder
- Serializes a User object to a proto stream
- Returns a TypeMirror for the given type
- Checks if a generated source file is up to date
- Ensure that the builder is instantiated
- Reads an account from a proto stream
- Write long array
- Write integer array
- Append the proto definition
- Reads a transaction from a proto stream
- Deserialize a User object
- Translates the modifiers of the given Element
- Unmarshalls the deserialized field
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Updated my code as per @Ryan Emerson suggestion but still i don't see any auto-generation of Impl file and proto file...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-27 at 16:44
You are not saying which build system is used. maven maybe ? Did you add the protostream annotation processor as a dependency? Having a definite answer to these questions would help unriddle the issue of code generation. And after, we still need to find out who is supposed to initialize that dummyInitializer field.
I am trying to update a big project that was using Infinispan 7 to the v10.1.3.
I would like to use the new protostream marshaller, but I don't understand how to be able to use UUID as cache key, or even (easier ?) as a field in a class that I want to insert in a cache.
My cache was accessed like that :
Map testUUIDAsKey = manager.getCache("t1");
Here when trying to put a value into the cache, infinispan tells me that he don't know how to marshal an uuid.
Ok, so after reading the documentation, I tryied to switch to a easier test case :
Map testUUIDAsField = manager.getCache("t2");
Here, the Bar class have a field of type UUID, and I tried to use the protostream annotation processor that will generated and build a proto file automatically when the right annotation are used.
But this time, the annotation processor tells me that UUID class must be instantiable using an accessible no-argument constructor.
I know that protobuf can't manage UUID, I can store the value as string or by storing the 2 long values part of an uuid.
How can I register a UUID marshaller that would use String as it representation in the end ?
And how can I tell the annotation processor that it must use this marshaller ?
Then, how can I use UUID as a key ?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-06 at 10:17
Currently Infinispan registers a Protostream marshaller for the UUID, but unfortunately it is only in the server. I have created ISPN-11426 to make it so that UUIDs will be marshallable out of the box in embedded mode in future releases (10.1.4.Final and 11.x).
In the mean time, you can get UUIDs to work as the key by creating a SerializationContextInitializer and defining a
I have a problem using Infinispan 9.4.0/9.4.1 with Hot Rod Client and Protobuf protocol in order to be able to use queries.
This is my cache configuration:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Nov-07 at 09:41
To be able to use queries over Hot Rod, you don't need compatibility mode, I can see your cache has
. Query also does not require the deployment of entities in the server.
Regarding compatibility mode, it was deprecated in Infinispan 9.4.0, the alternative being http://infinispan.org/docs/stable/user_guide/user_guide.html#endpoint_interop.
Finally, if you really need to store unmarshalled objects in the cache,you need to deploy entities and marshallers in the server. To deploy extra protobuf marshallers, see:
To deploy entities, see:
Note: I've narrowed the problem down, and rewritten the question
I am trying to use Infinispan (in the guise of JBoss Data Grid) in Karaf (in the guise of JBoss Fuse) and hitting a wall when it comes to the
protostream dependency. I wonder if anyone out there can tell me what I'm doing wrong.
I have boiled my problem down to a sample project here: https://github.com/batwad/infinispan-fuse-example
The project contains a blueprint which declares two beans: a factory for creating an Infinispan RemoteCache and a bean produced by the factory for accessing the default cache. There's also an example entity with protostream annotations and a feature file to install it.
When the feature is installed it looks good:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Dec-13 at 12:48
Turns out this was actually a bug in protostream. Support from Red Hat got this fixed.
See https://issues.jboss.org/browse/IPROTO-38 for details.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use protostream like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the protostream component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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