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Gigaspaces persistent space table prefix

sudha rajan
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Joined: Oct 18, 2005
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Hi

I am using Gigaspaces Community edition. I tried using the persistent space functionalty with MSSQL.In this scenario, an object 'Order' I write to the space gets persisted to a table JSPACES_1_4_E_ORDER. This object extends another object 'Message' which goes into a table 'JSPACES_1_3_N_MESSAGE'. When I write to another persistent space the table names change to JSPACES_2_4_E_ORDER and JSPACES_2_3_N_MESSAGE respectively.

I would like to know how the prefix is formed and what the '4_E', '3_N' etc stand for. Because I am not sure if I can pre-suppose the table names to read from them later. I couldn't find anything from the documentation about how the table names are formed.

Thanks in advance

sudha
 
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