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The modules themselves consist of a collection of common utilities, tools, traditional software pattern implementations, third-party integrations, and distributed computing solutions that of which may be used as-is, for research, learning, extension or for direct inclusion into Coherence-based applications.
Complete source code together with documentation is provided to aid in adoption, use and understanding.
The following Apache Maven modules are defined by the Oracle Coherence Incubator.
The Complete Distribution Module:
Provides a distribution of all of the Oracle Coherence Incubator modules, without their third-party dependencies (like Coherence itself).
Provides a collection of utility packages, classes and interfaces commonly used to support the implementation of other Oracle Coherence Incubator modules.
Provides a distributed implementation of the classic Command Pattern.
Provides example uses of the Command Pattern.
Provides a distributed implementation of the classic Functor Pattern.
Provides example uses of the Functor Pattern.
Provides an mechanism to perform distributed, grid computing with Coherence.
The Processing Pattern Examples:
The following examples are provided for the Processing Pattern:
Provides a simple implementation of Store and Forward Messaging.
Provides a mechanism to distribute application events over multiple channels. This is core infrastructure for the Push Replication Pattern, but may be used directly with in applications for local or global event distribution.
Provides a mechanism to replicate cache entry events to other clusters and devices (including other clusters separated by WANs).
The Push Replication Pattern Examples:
The following examples are provided for the Push Replication Pattern:
The Active Passive Topology
The Active Active Topology
The Hub and Spoke Topology
The Auction Example (using an Active Active and Active Passive Topologies)
If you are interested in making contributions to the Oracle Coherence Incubator, including defect fixes, documentation, new classes/interfaces/methods/packages or tests, you should read the section on Contributing to the Oracle Coherence Incubator.