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From Dmitriy Setrakyan <dsetrak...@apache.org>
Subject Re: IgniteBinary, POJOs and indexing
Date Fri, 08 Jan 2016 18:20:30 GMT
Hi Andrey,

The answer right now is simple. Yes, you can create classes and add fields
at runtime. No, you cannot change indexes that you have created in cache

However, you are raising a very valid point. We should be able to create
and update indexes dynamically.  There is a ticket, IGNITE-735 [1], that
has been sitting around for a while. I think we should reprioritize it.

Sergi, can you please comment on how hard this would be to implement?

[1] https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/IGNITE-735

On Fri, Jan 8, 2016 at 9:02 AM, Andrey Kornev <andrewkornev@hotmail.com>

> Hello, Ignite Community,
> IgniteBinary javadocs mention the ability to dynamically change the
> structure of the "classes" without restarting the cluster. The javadocs
> even say that the new fields become automatically available to the SQL
> queries with no extra effort. It's all fine and dandy, but how can I tell
> Ignite that some of the new fields should also be indexed?
> Using the example from the same javadocs, my binary object initially has
> two field A and B. I configure the cache entry metadata to index the field
> A and then create the cache. When later I change the structure by adding a
> new field C, how can I tell Ignite that I now want only fields B and C to
> be included in the index?
> Related to above,  is there any way to modify the indexes after the cache
> has been started? In this case I do not modify the structure of the class,
> but rather change which fields get indexed, the sorting properties, etc.
> Finally, how about introducing new POJO classes at runtime (yes, I can do
> it -- I run in OSGi environment)? For example, at the cache creation time
> the cache metadata only had the POJOA class annotated to index its field
> "foo", and then later the user introduces a new POJOB class annotated to
> index its field "bar". Would POJOB start getting indexed automatically, or
> the user will be given the finger?
> Any input will be very much appreciated!
> Andrey

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