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JPA with IBM extreme scale

 
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Hi,

I am working with JPA+eXtreme scale which load relational java object to cache. I could achieve below.

[1] One to Many
[2] Many to One

But I am facing problem with Many to Many relationship object loading in cache. The JPAEntityLoader is used currently. Can anybody guide me to achieve this?

If need further details, please revert back.
 
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I'd recommend posting your question on the IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale forum: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=778.

Although this is a simple matter using JPA by itself, it will take a bit discussion to map it to a data grid (a distributed hash table) in such a way so it will perform and scale well.
 
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Thanks. It would be better if any sample application in this case regard. please share if any related link
 
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