best practices to work with buckets in java-client
guido.medina at temetra.com
Fri Feb 15 18:30:30 EST 2013
I would say it is totally safe to treat them as singleton (static
reference or just singleton pattern), we have been doing that for a year
with no issues so far.
Hope that helps,
On 15/02/13 22:07, Mikhail Tyamin wrote:
> Hello guys,
> what is the best way to work with Bucket object in java-client?
> Can I create it once (on application's start) and store somewhere (like static field for example)
> or I should create it ( riakClient.createBucket("bucketName") ) once and then fetch it ( riakClient.fetchBucket("bucketName") )
> every time using riakClient when I need it?
> P.S. I am going to use the same bucket's properties (nVal, allowSiblings and etc.) during all life of application.
> Thank you.
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