Jalapeño and the Caché Java Binding are Deprecated
Caché provides you with several different options for connecting your Java applications to Caché:
The Java Binding Mechanism: Connects your application's objects directly to object representations of your data (Caché Objects). Removes the need for SQL and cumbersome object-relational mappings.
The Caché JDBC Driver: Provides a standard relational interface to your Caché data. Use the driver together with SQL and the java.sql
Caché Jalapeño: A lightweight tool for generating Caché database schemas based on your existing Java classes and then managing the persistence of your Java objects to Caché without any mapping or middleware.
Caché eXtreme: A set of APIs that allow Java applications to communicate with Caché using an in-memory connection rather than TCP/IP.
The first two options are appropriate for situations in which you have existing Caché database schemas and perhaps data and you wish to connect them to Java applications. The third option is most appropriate for situations in which you have an existing Java application, but no Caché database schema or data. The fourth option is appropriate for high performance XTP (Extreme Transaction Processing) applications. This tutorial covers the first two of these options. The Jalapeño Tutorial
covers the third option. See Using Java with Caché eXtreme
for information on the fourth option.
The tutorial is divided into two independent parts, one part for each mechanism. Since the parts are independent, they can be completed in any order.
for general Java-related system requirements for using Caché with Java applications.
The tutorial examples and exercises involve a Caché application, the Contact Management application as well as several Java source files. Click here
for instructions for installing the Contact Management application, as well as descriptions of the Java files.