About This Book
See the Table of Contents for a detailed listing of the subjects covered in this document.
XEP event persistence is a set of Java technologies enabled in the XEP API, allowing Caché to be leveraged as a high performance persistence storage engine.
The following topics are covered:
Introduction — provides an overview of XEP and describes common installation procedures.
Using XEP Event Persistence — describes the XEP API, which allows Java objects to be projected as persistent events.
XEP Quick Reference — Provides a quick reference for all XEP methods.
The following documents also contain related material:
JavaDoc for the InterSystems Java Connectivity API is located in <install-dir>/dev/java/doc/index.html (where <install-dir> is the directory in which your instance of Caché is installed).
Using Caché with JDBC — describes how to connect to Caché from an external application using the Caché JDBC driver, and how to access external JDBC data sources from Caché.
Using .NET with Caché XEP — describes how to use the .NET version of XEP.