Karl Krasnowsky wrote:but if the original object that was returned was being referenced for contained properties by client 1 and it was unexpectedly deleted by a second client process during this event ...
Dieter Quickfend wrote:What do you consider the problem with that object becoming detached when the cache is refreshed?
Bear Bibeault wrote:All this information is on the request, which can be obtained from the PageContent.
Tim Holloway wrote:I'm not sure I understood that, but if you're saying what I'm thinking you're saying, you can define a resource property and use JNDI code in the app to get its value. Simple property values can be read directly that way. If you have lots of properties, setup a simple property that locates the property set. Something like the absolute path of an externally-supplied properties file or a jdbc URL.
Paul Clapham wrote:Well, it is "since 1.6". But those poor Java engineers... labouring away in their grotty cubicles making neat new stuff, and nobody notices.