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Does java 7 address any of the features from ehCache/big memory?
Many frameworks suggest using direct buffering to overcome jvm limitations, what does new java say about it?
 
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Sorry, but Java 7 does not address those types of features. I am not aware of any feature in Java 7 that might provide similar capabilities.
 
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http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/nio/ByteBuffer.html includes paragraph "Direct vs. non-direct buffers". It is rather old feature, so you probably has in mind something other when talking about "direct buffering". What exactly did you mean?
 
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What "JVM limitation" are you referring to, specifically?
 
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